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- Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina. Bantam Spectra paperback (1995-08-01). ISBN 0-553-56468-4.
- Tales from Jabba's Palace. Bantam Spectra paperback (1996-01-01). ISBN 0-553-56815-9.
- Tales of the Bounty Hunters. Bantam Spectra paperback (1996-12-01). ISBN 0-553-56816-7.
In a wild and battle-scarred galaxy, assassins, pirates, smugglers, and cutthroats of every description roam at will, fearing only the professional bounty hunters—amoral adventurers who track down the scum of the universe…for a fee. When Darth Vader seeks to strike at the heart of the Rebellion by targeting Han Solo and the Millennium Falcon, he calls upon six of the most successful—and feared—hunters, including the merciless Boba Fett. They all have two things in common: lust for profit and contempt for life.…
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Behind the scenesEdit
The quote attributed to Admiral Piett at the beginning of the book reads, "Bounty hunters, we don't need that scum"; he says "Bounty hunters, we don't need their scum" in the film version of The Empire Strikes Back.
Throughout the book, Boba Fett's ship Slave One, is referred to as The Slave One which is incorrect naval parlance. Vessel names are never prefixed with the word The.