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Book Review: Lethal Harvest


Lethal Harvest
Will his secrets cost them Everything?
By William Cutrer and Sandra Glahn

In order to save the president’s life a brilliant embryologist – the president’s nephew – makes a devils bargain with a secret group of federal agents. But Tim Sullivan’s illegal genetic manipulations of human embryos place everyone he knows at risk. Before he can finish his work he is killed in a freakish accident and leaves only troubling questions behind. Now his widow, Marnie, and his partner, Ben McKay, must uncover the hidden truth about Sullivan’s research before more lives are swept away. If they can’t find the answers and stop his mysterious work from being completed by the shadowy government cell, what form will the strange and dangerous harvest take? Ambition, jealousy, and the ultimate meaning of love move this riveting story through the dark labyrinth that lies buried under breakthroughs in genetic research and cloning.

William Cutrer was a recognized expert in reproductive technology and medical ethics and an ordained minister. At the time of his death he was a professor at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky.

Sandra Glahn is a professor in media arts and worship at Dallas Theological Seminary. Glahn is a journalist and the author or coauthor of twenty books.

My thoughts: I LOVE science fiction both in books and in movies, so I was more than happy to get to receive Lethal Harvest thanks to the publisher. It reminds me a little bit of the Unwind series.  Reading through it I love the suspense and drama throughout as well as the moral dilemmas that each character faces. If you like The Reluctant Detective or Peril I think you’ll love Lethal Harvest.


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