- 1 Description
- 2 Summary
- 3 References
- 4 Chronology
- 5 Appendices
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- Captain Jean-Luc Picard has long enjoyed playing the part of Dixon Hill, a hard-boiled private eye straight out of American pulp fiction. His holographic excursions into 1940s San Francisco, a colorful world of gunplay and gangsters, provide a welcome diversion from his hefty responsibilities as a Starfleet captain.
- But not this time.
- The starship USS Enterprise has lost power and control, its own momentum carrying it ever deeper into a dangerous zone of warped space and time. And the only way out is hidden somewhere in the mean streets and back alleys of old 'Frisco. But so is a cold-blooded murderer…
- Now Dixon Hill, alias Jean-Luc Picard, must get to the bottom of a tangled mystery that threatens the lives of everyone aboard the Enterprise!
Summary[edit | edit source]
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Characters[edit | edit source]
- Arnie Andrews • Brad Barringer • Dan Bell • Benny the Banger • Harvey Upstairs Benton • Carter • Beverly Crusher • Jessica Daniels • Douglas • Data • Evans • Ghost Johnson • Geordi La Forge • Joe Morgan • Jean-Luc Picard • Danny Shoe • Spot • Stanley • Whelan
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- energy • gun • holodeck • holographic program • lifeform • matter • space • star • star system • starship • time
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- captain • chief medical officer • commander • commanding officer • doctor • lieutenant commander • operations manager • private detective • second officer
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- 20th century • 24th century • auriferite • Cinerama • clothing • death • Federation Starfleet ranks • government • history • humanoid • movie • nation-state • planet • races and cultures • rank • technology • title • water • weapon • year
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- The Dixon Hill stories are published, taking place contemporary to this modern era.
- The Enterprise-E is imperiled.
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