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title=Violations|
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cover image=[[Image:Violations.jpg|250px]]|
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author=[[Susan Wright]]|
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series=[[Star Trek: Voyager|Voyager]]|
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published=[[Paperback]] - [[1995]]|
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==Summary==
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'''From the back cover:''' Under the guise of helping the crew find a way home, a group of aliens board the [[USS Voyager (NCC-74656)|USS ''Voyager'']], and then steal the main computer. To get it back, Captain Janeway is forced to negotiate with the thieves -- who are from a consortium of planets where thievery is a way of life. But as Janeway and the crew fight to retrieve their computer in time to save the barely functioning ship, they become embroiled in a political battle that could not only destroy the USS ''Voyager'', but the crew as well!
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==Reviews==
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==Information==
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===References===
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==External Links==
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* {{memoryalpha}}
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Revision as of 16:42, August 31, 2006

Summary

From the back cover: Under the guise of helping the crew find a way home, a group of aliens board the USS Voyager, and then steal the main computer. To get it back, Captain Janeway is forced to negotiate with the thieves -- who are from a consortium of planets where thievery is a way of life. But as Janeway and the crew fight to retrieve their computer in time to save the barely functioning ship, they become embroiled in a political battle that could not only destroy the USS Voyager, but the crew as well!

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