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Star Trek Log Six. 1976 Star Trek Log Six
by Alan Dean Foster
First Edition 1976.
Ballantine Books.
New York.
ISBN 0345246551.
Paperback.
Cover illustration by Filmation Associates.
x+198 pages.
Price: $1.50.

Notes
Novelization of three episodes from Star Trek: The Animated Series.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
THREE EXCITING EPISODES FROM TELEVISION’S MOST POPULAR SCIENCE FICTION SERIES!

—Complete in this volume—

ALBATROSS
The mission to deliver supplies to Draymia seemed so routine... until the natives arrested Dr. McCoy for murder!

THE PRACTICAL JOKER
Suddenly everything aboard the
Enterprise ran amok. Someone or something was up to no good... and it was no longer funny!

HOW SHARPER THAN A SERPENT’S TOOTH
Gods from outer space? It didn’t seem likely. Then Kirk and his crew ran up against something calling itself Kukulkan... and
it didn’t seem friendly!

—AND DON'T MISS—
STAR TREK LOG ONE, STAR TREK LOG TWO, STAR TREK LOG THREE, STAR TREK LOG FOUR AND STAR TREK LOG FIVE

 
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