Just finished reading "Chain of Attack" by Gene DeWeese (1987, ST-TOS #32) and it was fairly interesting. A bit of a challenge to justify the $9.99 which I paid for it on my e-reader. For fun, I am reading "Alcohol & Drug Problems: A Practical Guide for Counsellors" (2nd ed.) edited by Harrison & Carver (Addiction Research Foundation, 1997) which I got at a thrift store. Still have lots of the early novels to read. Like reading the recent ones though. I do not know if I have read more, or less, than 200 ST novels so far. Have started reading "Plato at the Googleplex: Why Philosophy Won't Go Away" by Rebecca Newberger Goldstein (March 2014) for a reading group I'm in. An interesting style of writing perhaps.