Takedown is the February book next year. Here's the blurb:
When renegade Federation starships begin wreaking destruction across the Alpha Quadrant, Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise are shocked to discover that the mastermind behind this sudden threat is none other than Picard’s protégé and friend: Admiral William T. Riker. The newly minted admiral is on board the U.S.S. Aventine as part of a special assignment, even as the mystery deepens behind his involvement in the growing crisis. But the Aventine is helmed by Captain Ezri Dax—someone who is no stranger to breaking Starfleet regulations—and her starship is by far the faster vessel . . . and Riker cannot yield even to his former mentor. It’s a battle of tactical geniuses and a race against time as Picard struggles to find answers before the quadrant’s great powers violently retaliate against the Federation. . .
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The TNG adventure continues in June in Dayton Ward's, Armageddon's Arrow. The new listing in the Simon and Schuster digital catalogue includes a new blurb for this book:
It is a new age of exploration, and the U.S.S. Enterprise is dispatched to “the Odyssean Pass,” a region charted only by unmanned probes and believed to contain numerous inhabited worlds. Approaching a star system with two such planets, Captain Jean-Luc Picard and his crew find a massive alien vessel, drifting in interstellar space for decades. Sensors detect life aboard the derelict—aliens held in suspended animation. Thought to be an immense sleeper ship, the vessel actually is a weapon capable of destroying entire worlds...the final gambit in a war that has raged for generations across the nearby system. Captain Picard is now caught in the middle of this conflict and attempts to mediate, as both sides want this doomsday weapon...which was sent from the future with the sole purpose of ending the interplanetary war before it even began!
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Several other books have also recently appeared online, giving us publication dates. There are new and updated listings for several books:
- Peter David's new New Frontier novel, which it was previously suggested will be a May release, is now set for June publication.
- David R. George III's next DS9 book, Sacraments of Fire, is now listed as the July book.
- And August will see Seekers continue in Seekers 3: Long Shot, by David Mack.
Continue after the jump for a look at the 2015 schedule so far:
- January 2015 - DS9: The Missing, by Una McCormack.
- February 2015 - TNG: Takedown, by John Jackson Miller.
- March 2015
- April 2015 - Enterprise: Rise of the Federation: Uncertain Logic, by Christopher L. Bennett.
- May 2015 - TOS: Crisis of Consciousness, by Dave Galanter.
- June 2015
- July 2015 - DS9: Sacraments of Fire, by David R, George III.
- August 2015 - Seekers 3: Long Shot, by David Mack.
Other confirmed, but as yet unscheduled books, some of these will be 2016 books:
- Voyager: Atonement, by Kirsten Beyer (likely to be the July or September book).
- Titan: Sight Unseen, by James Swallow.
- Enterprise: Rise of the Federation #4, by Christopher L. Bennett.
- Seekers #4, by Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore.
- Section 31: Control, by David Mack.
- Voyager: A Pocket Full of Lies, by Kirsten Beyer.
- 24th century book (follow up to Sacraments of Fire), by David R. George III.
- From History's Shadow sequel, by Dayton Ward.
- TOS book, by James Swallow.
- TOS book, by Greg Cox.
- DS9 book, by Jeffrey Lang.
- Data book, by Jeffrey Lang.
- DS9 Ferengi ebook novella, by Paula M. Block and Terry J. Erdmann.
- TOS-era book, by Christopher L. Bennett.
- Book of unspecified subject, by Dayton Ward.
For further details of these, and links to all my previous coverage, hit the prose button on my 2015 and 2016 schedule pages.