Lethal Harvest: A Novelby William Cutrer, Sandra Glahn
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? See more details below
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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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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This book is a suspensful journey that will be sure to keep you up at night , not wanting to put it down. It explores biomedical possibilities that may cause your hair to stand on end! Great book
A lot of modern medical research really scares the heck out of me. If I learned anything from Mary Shelley (author of Frankenstein), I learned that there are some aspects of mother nature that we humans were just not meant to tinker with. I think some cloning, some genome mapping, and some reproductive science definitely falls into that category. My tendancy, since I can't do anything to stop this unethical research, is to pretend it's not there. Well, Glahn and Cutrer look that stuff full in the face and show me that, while there is reason for concern, there's no reason to fear, not yet. Lethal Harvest deals with such a foreboding topic, yet it has left me with such hope. Because of this book, I believe that humankind can steer a straight path through the frightening and largely unexplored territory of modern medical research. I recommend this book to everyone.
This was a tremendous book. The book provided a perfect blend of science, intrigue, suspense, and love. The authors worked challenging ethical dilemas into a wonderful heartwarming story. I hope a sequel is in the works!!!