Authors: Michael Reaves
Star Wars: Shadow Games
is a work of fiction. Names, places, and incidents either are products of the authors’ imagination or are used fictitiously.
Copyright © 2011 by Lucasfilm Ltd. & ® or ™ where indicated.
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Star Wars: Red Harvest
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Cover art and design: Scott Biel
This one’s for Gerry Conway
For Stan Schmidt,
who bought my first-ever science fiction story
I’d like to thank our inestimable editors, David Pomerico and Shelly Shapiro, who herded their cats with patience and good humor. (I especially appreciated David’s “out-of-office messages.”) Also thanks to Sue and Leland at Lucasfilm, Ltd. for their assistance with research and continuity, to Dan Wallace and Jason Fry for their very helpful resource manual, and to the team of researchers who put together the Star Wars Encyclopedia that now resides on my laptop. Also, kudos to the team of volunteers at Wookieepedia for helping me to find things. And a special shout-out to all the fans who have built beautiful
–related websites as a labor of love. You guys are why we write these books in the first place.
Arno D’Vox; commander, Bannistar Station (human male)
Arruna Var; Javul Charn’s engineer (Twi’lek female)
Bran Finnick; first officer,
Dash Rendar; smuggler (human male)
Eaden Vrill; smuggler (Nautolan male)
Edge; assassin (Anomid male)
Han Solo; captain,
Hityamun “Hitch” Kris; Black Sun Vigo (human male)
Javul Charn; holostar (human female)
Kendara “Spike” Farlion; Javul Charn’s road manager (human female)
Leebo; repair droid (masculine droid)
Nik; cargo master’s assistant (Sullustan male)
Oto; service droid (masculine droid)
“Red” Rishyk; security chief Bannistar Station (human male)
Serdor Marrak; captain,
Tereez Dza’lar; Javul Charn’s costumier (Bothan female)
Yanus Melikan; Javul Charn’s cargo master (human male)