The explosive sequel to the CBA best-seller, Lethal Harvest. Around every turn in the story lies a blinding matrix of complicated motives and challenges to the sanctity of life. Guaranteed fiction!
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Meet the Author
William R. Cutre (1951-2013) was a recognized expert in reproductive technology and medical ethics. A licensed obstetrician/gynecologist who specialized in the treatment of infertility for more than fifteen years, he also held a graduate degree from Dallas Theological Seminary and was an ordained minister.
Sandra Glahn, Th.M., is an adjunct professor at Dallas Seminary, where she edits the award-winning magazine Kindred Spirit. She is the author of the Coffee Cup Bible Studies series for women and the coauthor of seven books about marriage and reproductive issues. Sandra also serves on the board of the Evangelical Press Association and the women's executive committee for Bible.org. She and her husband, Gary, make their home in Dallas, Texas.
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In-depth characters, engrossing plot and glued-to-your chair suspense all combine to make Deadly Cure a book worth reading and passing on. Deadly Cure provides fascinating insight into the benefits and pitfalls of medical research. Authors Glahn and Cutrer have written an emotionally charged book that draws the reader into medical ethics issues often not addressed in works of fiction. Their skillful writing helps readers understand the world of bio-genetics research. Definitely a must-read.
I loved reading 'Lethal Harvest' from last year's fiction bestseller list and was equally captivated as the story-line was continued in Cutrer and Glahn's new release, 'Deadly Cure'. Characters endeared, like Ben and Marnie, were back bringing more emotion-packed drama. And, as new characters are introduced in this enthralling episode involving the newly re-built fertility clinic, all their lives continue to be surrounded by the world of medical research and its effect, or possible effect, on each of them. These readings, by envisioning realistic situations, have been an excellent way for me to better understand the need to develop a personal ethical position on just how far I hope that medical research and advancements can take us and at what costs. 'Deadly Cure' can be easily followed, in plot, before reading 'Lethal Harvest', but go ahead and pick them both up for a great reading experience!