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In Vino Veritas was the second of 11 TOS stories produced by Peter Pan Records. It was initially released in 1975 as an audio production along with two other stories. It was the second of seven stories set during Captain James T. Kirk’s first five-year mission aboard the USS Enterprise and the first of five without an associated comic book.

Introduction[]

Ad for the LP record
The crew of the Enterprise in a trio of exciting adventures on a long-playing 33 1/3 RPM disc! You’ll be on the edge of your seat for the “Passage to Moauv,” weep for “The Crier in Emptiness,” and drink in “In Vino Veritas”! High-quality recordings, with no “warp factor”!

Summary[]

Captain's log, stardate 5442.8 : First officer Spock and I have been directed to act as Federation representatives to discuss conflicting claims to the metal-rich uninhabited world about Star WWB7. We are proceeding on course to the neutral world of Pomplance to meet with Ambassador Koft of the Klingon Empire and Envoy Bendes of the Romulan Sphere.’’

References[]

Characters[]

AmilonBendesJames T. KirkKoftK'TailJohn KyleLeonard McCoyCoriolanus Quince/Jack SpratRhuoxSpockHikaru SuluNyota Uhura

Starships and vehicles[]

USS Enterprise
Referenced only 
IKS AvengerKlingon scout

Locations[]

Pomplance
Referenced only 
Demostonies IVQuatarRomulaWWB7

Races and cultures[]

HumanKlingonPomplancianRomulanVulcan

States and organizations[]

FederationKlingon EmpirePomplancian Bureau of interstellar affairsRomulan EmpireStarfleet

Science and technology[]

antidotedrugpoisonsectortransportertruth serum

Ranks and titles[]

ambassadorcaptainenvoyfirst officerinventorlieutenantneutral observerrepresentativesubaltern

Other references[]

businessbrigdiplomacygalaxygelatingovernmentgrainHaggisImperial charterpilotPomplance conferenceprospectortelepathyTreaty of Malbwarwaterwine

Timeline[]

Chronology[]

Published Order
Previous story:
Passage to Moauv
Peter Pan Records Next story:
The Crier in Emptiness
Previous story:
Passage to Moauv
Stories by:
Alan Dean Foster
Next story:
The Crier in Emptiness

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