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Mudd's Angels was the last of 13 TOS episode novelization collections produced by Bantam Books in the 1970s. J.A. Lawrence, the widow of James Blish, adapted the series' two Harry Mudd episodes, then wrote a framing story and the original short story "The Business, As Usual, During Altercations". The collection debuted in May 1978.

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Join Kirk, Spock, McCoy and the rest of the Enterprise crew as they encounter his majesty, fat Harry Mudd the First, thief, swindler, con artist, liar and intragalactic rogue. Meet a strange cargo of beauties destined for the men of frontier planets. Visit with Harcourt Fenton Mudd, supreme sovereign of Mudd's Planet, 200,000 androids and 500 identical Alices.
In addition to adaptations of the television shows "Mudd's Women" and "I, Mudd", this volume contains an all-original third adventure featuring the inimitable Harry Mudd.

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Media featuring Harry Mudd
Episodes "Mudd's Women" • "I, Mudd" • "Mudd's Passion" • "Choose Your Pain" • "Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad" • "The Escape Artist"
Miniseries The Return of MuddThe Return of Harry Mudd
Novels and collections Mudd's AngelsMudd in Your EyeThe Light Fantastic
Short stories The Business, As Usual, During AltercationsA Sucker Born
Video games 25th Anniversary25th Anniversary (NES)Starfleet Academy (game)TrexelsStar Trek TimelinesFleet Command
Comics "Operation Con Game" • "Made Out of Mudd" • "The Survival Equation" • "It's a Living" • "When You Wish Upon a Star...!" • "Mudd's Magic!" • "Mission: Muddled" • "The Sky Above...The Mudd Below" • "Target: Mudd!"
published order
Previous book:
Star Trek 12
TOS novelization anthologies Next book:
last Star Trek book
Previous book:
Star Trek 12
Books by:
J.A. Lawrence
Next book:
last Star Trek book
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
see individual stories
Memory Beta Chronology Next Adventure:
see individual stories


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