By John Vornholt
The Bajoran shipyard is assigned to construct an engine for a brand new starship, a venture that could be instrumental in revitalizing the planet's war-ravished financial system. As Commander Sisko awaits the coming of a tanker containing the antimatter that would strength the starship, a band of hijackers captures the super priceless shipment and escapes during the wormhole. while the hijacking spurs a political debate, significant Kira struggles to mediate the dispute among the opposing factions. in the meantime, Sisko makes a determined circulate to retrieve the antimatter. With the soundness of the Bajoran economic climate at stake, Sisko, Dax, and Odo infiltrate the hijackers, a stream that may have lethal outcomes for them and the planet Bajor.
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Sisko shook his head. "I'm sorry, Chief, but I need you here. If Dax and I were--delayed--we would need at least one ranking Federation officer here. " He turned to Kira. "That's it. Major, you are in charge until we get back. " The Bajoran smiled. " The commander motioned to his tiny crew and headed for the turbolift. He was almost out when he heard O'Brien yell. "Commander! " The crippled cruiser suddenly came alive with a vibrant surge that lit it from stem to stern. It raked the nearest Klingon ship with an array of photon torpe- does at point-blank range.
That was more than he had estimated--considerably more. He looked around the room. " scoffed Quark. "From a Starfleet convoy guarded by a couple of cruisers? " Odo lowered his voice. " "That would depend," said Quark. " Odo gave the Ferengi a sly smile. "You didn't answer my question, so I'm not going to answer yours. I will just say one more thing If I hear of any conspiracy to steal even a single pod of that antimat- ter, I will throw whoever is involved--and I mean whoever--off Deep Space Nine for good.
I want to take a sample and go back to the runabout right away. " "Okay," said O'Brien. "I'11 stay here and keep looking. " "I will," she promised. Benjamin Sisko had just lain down for what he hoped would be a brief but relaxing nap. His head hurt from all the conflicting theories and safeguards his officers had proposed at the briefing. Major Kira wanted to hijack the Hannibal to head off another attempt at sabotage on the ground. Odo was certain that Ferengi scoundrels would try to steal the storage pods from the cargo bay, and he wanted the Starfleet tanker to keep the antimatter, docking directly with the Bajoran shuttlecraft.
Antimatter (Star Trek Deep Space Nine, No 8) by John Vornholt