Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for Garfield Reeves-Stevens and Judith Reeves-Stevens‘s “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Millennium: 1 The Fall of Terok Nor“:
The Millennium trilogy is a series of books I had heard a lot about but took a long time to get around to reading. Thankfully, my co-host on the Literary Treks podcast, Bruce Gibson, is a big fan of these books, and made sure to schedule them to cover on the show. Finally, I would be forced to read these books, which have taken up real estate on my bookshelf for quite some time.
There is a lot going on in this story, and the authors drop the reader into the middle of it right away. The characters in the “present day” (towards the end of season 6, between the episodes “The Sound of Her Voice” and “The Tears of the Prophets”) are dealing with a number of mysteries: first, the murder of a visiting Andorian named Dal Nortron, the prime suspect for which is Quark. The second mystery arises when two Cardassian bodies are discovered embedded in Deep Space Nine‘s hull, dating back six years to the end of the Cardassian occupation of Bajor.