Boogeymen (Star Trek: The Next Generation #17) by Mel Gilden… Again this is one of those books that had no editing system in place. I might just have to come to terms when dealing with a TNG novel. Over all the story line wasn’t bad. A little boring at parts and yet it can be down right laugh out loud. Wesley is the main focus point in this story and prologue kinda gives us a new look at Wesley and his personal log. which is something not normally shown and gives him a depth we haven’t seen yet. The Story goes as follows:
Eric Baldwin is the Federation’s premier exologist, a specialist in all manner of alien life forms — and one of Captain Picard’s oldest, most trusted friends. But Baldwin’s discoveries have made him enemies across the galaxy, and now he wants Picard to help him by erasing all traces of his existence.
But Picard soon finds himself with little time to worry about Baldwin’s problems. For the U.S.S. Enterprise™. has suddenly become a strange and dangerous place — a ship where assassins lurk in every corner, and even old trusted friends are not what they seem. Threats all masterminded by the strangest race of aliens Picard and his crew have yet encountered…
Again the story is just there and is a funny read. Aside from the poor editing and things going from plausible to ridiculous. It’s a great book HAHA. I say check it out if you find yourself with time to kill.