Re: Star Trek "Kahless" by Michael Jan Friedman
The problem with the book's assertion (and there should be a spoiler warning on this thread) that the Kahless clone is actually a Morath clone is that he looks just like the portrait of Kahless on the wall in the temple in "Rightful Heir." That said, I do like the book's central premise that the truth about history is often very different from the version in the textbooks and/or legends (which are often more the same thing than they should be).
The book's been out long enough that it shouldn't need spoiler warnings, but I've change the title of the thread anyway, just to be clear
Space is disease and danger wrapped in darkness and silence - Dr. McCoy
And he says that like it's a bad thing...