Item description for Lethal Harvest (Bioethics Series #1) by William Cutrer & Sandra Glahn...
Overview A brilliant embryologist-the nephew of the president of the United States-is dead. The freakish accident that sent Dr. Tim Sullivan's car plunging into an icy river has left troubling questions: Why is his in vitro fertilization clinic suddenly mired in a lawsuit? What was the nature of the embryo research with which he was obsessed? Is the president somehow involved?
Publishers Description From today's headlines, this story of ambition, danger, and the true meaning of love moves from the inner circles of power in Washington, D.C., to the stark world of the former Soviet Union, all to answer one searing question: Once a prominent doctor's secret genetic research is complete, what will be the lethal harvest?
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Studio: Kregel Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 8" Height: 4.75" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2000
Publisher Kregel Publications
ISBN 0825423716 ISBN13 9780825423710
Availability 0 units.
More About William Cutrer & Sandra Glahn
William Cutrer, M.D., is C. Edwin Gheens Associate Professor of Christian Ministry at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He is a recognized expert in reproductive technology and medical ethics and is a licensed obstetrician/gynecologist who specialized in the treatment of infertility. Sandra Glahn, Th.M., is a member of the adjunct faculty at Dallas Theological Seminary and is editor of the DTS publication "Kindred Spirit." She serves on the advisory board of Hannah s Prayer, a national organization providing information and support to infertility patients and providers. Together, they are the best-selling authors of "Lethal Harvest "and" Deadly Cure. ""
William Cutrer currently resides in Louisville, in the state of Kentucky. William Cutrer was born in 1951.
Reviews - What do customers think about Lethal Harvest (Bioethics Series #1)?
Not a real medical thriller Jul 14, 2003
In the midst of an malpractice lawsuit, the Center for Fertility and Enhancement, Dr. Tim Sullivan is in a car accident. Business partner Dr. Ben McKay, also an ordained minister, comes to the house to console Marnie Sullivan. Soon, the two of them begin a relationship. Later a bomb destroys the lab and almost kills one of the partners, Dr. Luc Morgan. Slowly, Marnie and Ben piece together what Tim was working on and they realize that everyone connected to the clinic is in danger.
Straight out of Tonight's Headlines Jun 22, 2002
Lethal Harvest appears to jump off the headlines of today's papers into a most captivating novel. Scientifically correct, ethically sound - and with a rhythmn and pace that keep you wanting to 'read just one more chapter'. Every Congressman should read this book before they vote on Human Cloning.
Exciting Reading Jan 7, 2002
This book is a suspenseful journey that you will not want to miss, along with the sequel,"Deadly Cure" . Easy to follow and sure to keep you up not wanting to put it down. Explores biomedical possibilities that may cause your hair to stand up on end! Great book.
An Excellent Book Jun 20, 2001
In addition to its addressing both sides of a very controvercial and often divisive issue, this is a book that is very easy to read. It has just the right amount of "technical-ese" to make the conversations feel realistic and yet not lose the reader. The plot is exciting, the characters are interesting, and the flow is smooth. I very much enjoyed the time I spent reading this book.
A riveting "masterwork" worthy of Clancy and Grisham Sep 7, 2000
Cutrer and Glahn have crafted a compelling, intriguing, mystery which may well cause you to read late into the night. Their storyline is so tightly written, and interwoven with riveting plot twists, that the reader steps into the action and is propelled forward through page after page of unfolding drama. You will love this book!