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Summary:

A short story in mini-chapters. Read what happens when a little bit of trouble visits our favorite officers on deck five of the Enterprise.

This title nagged at me for 30 years, and finally here is a tale to go with it. The timeframe is post ST: The Final Frontier. This piece of fluff rightly belongs after "Doppelgangers" in my Star Trek: Beyond series, but it is just too frivolous, so I'm sticking it in The Black Hole with all the other misfits. 

Cover image by Patrick Edwin Moran at Wikipedia.

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Rated: T
Categories: Original Series, Expanded Universes Characters: Fielding, Lauren, Kirk, James T., McCoy, Leonard (Bones), Scott, Montgomery (Scotty), Spock, Sulu, Hikaru, Uhura, Nyota
Genre: Humor
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Series: The Black Hole
Chapters: 5 Completed: Yes
Word count: 3029 Read: 8140
Published: 24 Jul 2014 Updated: 24 Jul 2014
Story Notes:

As always, Spock appears realistically younger than his movie screen image. 

1. Looking for Trouble by M C Pehrson [Reviews - 1] (786 words)

2. Trouble of the Worst Kind by M C Pehrson [Reviews - 1] (589 words)

3. Here Comes Trouble by M C Pehrson [Reviews - 1] (618 words)

4. Pack Up Your Troubles by M C Pehrson [Reviews - 1] (608 words)

5. No End of Trouble by M C Pehrson [Reviews - 2] (428 words)