except for Fallen Heroes which I agree with Greg Cox on, it's probably the best of the numbered DS9 books. It's great.
Hmmm, that's interesting. Better then 34th Rule?
OK, maybe the 2nd best.
And I always forget Andrew Robinson's A Stitch in Time
is listed as #27, because I normally see it in post-series DS9 lists, so that drops Fallen Heroes
K.W. Jeter doesn't get a lot of love here but I liked Bloodletter
and Peter David's The Seige
is also great. As far as I'm concerned the DS9 numbered series started off very strong.