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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

I, The Constable

Release DateNovember 2017
Series

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Year
January 2386
Rating4.03 (185 ratings) on GoodreadsRating last updated September 29, 2019
Rank#52 out of 634 books (View All)Based on average Goodreads rating
Quark goes missing during a hastily planned trip to Ferenginar. His concerned friends on Deep Space Nine feel that Odo, as the station’s former chief of security, is uniquely suited to track Quark down. But once on Ferenginar, Odo learns that Quark is trapped in the seamy underbelly of a criminal enterprise that could have been ripped from the pages of one of O’Brien’s novels.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: I, The Constable
Timeline
December, 2385 Rules of Accusation (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
December, 2385 Sacraments of Fire (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
January, 2386 Armageddon's Arrow (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
January 2, 2386
to January 9, 2386
Force and Motion (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
January, 2386 Ascendance (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
January, 2386 I, The Constable (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
January, 2386 The Long Mirage (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
January, 2386 Sight Unseen (Titan #11)
January, 2386 Disavowed (Section 31 #5)
February, 2386 Hell's Heart (Prey #1)
March, 2386 Original Sin (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
Publisher Description
An original enovella set in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine universe!With his Starfleet assignment temporarily on hold, Odo needs a distraction. He welcomes Chief O’Brien’s offer to loan him some of the action-packed books that both men relish: tales about hard-boiled private eyes, threatening thugs, and duplicitous dames. Then Quark suddenly goes missing during a hastily planned trip to Ferenginar. His concerned friends on Deep Space Nine feel that Odo, as the station’s former chief of security, is uniquely suited to track Quark down. But once on Ferenginar, Odo learns that Quark is trapped in the seamy underbelly of a criminal enterprise that could have been ripped from the pages of one of O’Brien’s novels. To find the bartender, Odo discovers that he must rely not only on his law enforcement background, but his knowledge of all things noir….