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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Lust's Latinum Lost (and Found)

Release DateSeptember 2014
Series

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

StarshipDeep Space Nine
Year
August 2385
Rating3.83 (254 ratings) on GoodreadsRating last updated September 28, 2019
Rank#233 out of 634 books (View All)Based on average Goodreads rating
The station is bustling, but residents and visitors are spending more time at the new Deep Space Nine's facilities than at Quark’s establishment. All of Quark's misfortunes just could be reversed, however, when he finds out that one of the steamiest holonovels to hit the Alpha Quadrant in years is up for grabs.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Lust's Latinum Lost (and Found)
Timeline
July, 2384
to March, 2385
Time Lock (Department of Temporal Investigations #4)
July, 2384 The Body Electric (Cold Equations #3)
October, 2384 The Stuff of Dreams (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
April, 2385 Shield of the Gods (Department of Temporal Investigations #5)
August 22, 2385
to September 1, 2385
Revelation and Dust (The Fall #1)
August, 2385 Lust's Latinum Lost (and Found) (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
August 24, 2385 The Crimson Shadow (The Fall #2)
August 31, 2385
to September 19, 2385
A Ceremony of Losses (The Fall #3)
September 20, 2385
to October 12, 2385
The Poisoned Chalice (The Fall #4)
October 13, 2385
to October 27, 2385
Peaceable Kingdoms (The Fall #5)
November, 2385 Absent Enemies (Titan #10)
Publisher Description
Business is down at Quark’s Public House, Café, Gaming Emporium, Holosuite Arcade, and Ferengi Embassy to Bajor. Way down. Lower level of hell down. The station is bustling, but residents and visitors are spending more time (and latinum) at the new Deep Space 9's park, sports fields, theater, swimming complex, and who knows what else, than they are at Quark’s establishment. All of Quark's misfortunes just could be reversed, however, when he finds out that one of the steamiest holonovels to hit the Alpha Quadrant in years is up for grabs. And he has an inroad to acquiring it before anyone else. Or does he?