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Random House, LLC is an United States based publishing house, founded in 1927 by Bennett Cerf, Christopher Coombes, and Donald Klopfer. Random House was acquired in 1998 by German media conglomerate Bertelsmann SE & Co. KGaA, which has resulted the new combination becoming the world's largest publishing house.

They are well known for publishing the American College Dictionary, the Random House Dictionary of the English Language, and the Random House Webster's College Dictionary.

They published a number of Star Trek books in 1976 and 1977, including Star Trek Action Toy Book, Giant in the Universe, Trillions of Trilligs, The Truth Machine, and The Prisoner of Vega.

They are now the owners of a number of past Star Trek publishers, including Ballantine Books, Bantam Books, Del Rey, Virgin Books, and Heyne Verlag. They also publish audiobooks under their Random House Audio imprint.

Commencing in 2018, the company began to publish a number of mass-market hardcover Star Trek reference books under Eaglemoss Collections' Hero Collector imprint, in association with the Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection and its DIS spin-off.

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