“Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: I, The Constable” Review by Tor.com

 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: I, The Constable Review by Tor.com

Tor.com has added a new review for and ‘s “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: I, The Constable”:

Progress: Quark learns that his uncle Frin has died, and Frin owned a number of taverns on Ferenginar. Quark reasons that, as the nearest male relative of Frin’s, these establishments should go to him (“Wives serve, brothers inherit’—that’s the 139th Rule”), but under Grand Nagus Rom the Rule has been amended under the Bill of Opportunities: brothers still inherit, but after wives and children. That doesn’t stop Quark from heading back to the homeworld to look into Frin’s marital situation and try and claim some of the action. Then he goes MIA, however, and Captain Ro asks Odo, who’s been spending much of his downtime reading hard-boiled noir fiction, to locate Quark.

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