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Bantam Books was the first publisher to be awarded rights to produce a series of original Star Trek novels and episode novelizations by Paramount Pictures. The first book, Star Trek 1 by James Blish, was published in January 1967. In 1970 the company published its first original novel, James Blish's Spock Must Die!, and continued to publish novelization and new original stories until 1981, when the publishing rights were granted to Pocket Books, although Pocket actually published its first Trek novel in late 1979 with the novelization of Star Trek: The Motion Picture; three Bantam novels were published between the TMP publication and the official launch of Pocket's series.

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