by William Cutrer and Sandra Glahn
(received in exchange for an honest review)
Genre- Fiction / Christian / Suspense
Published by- Kregel Publications
Number of pages- 352
Age Group- Adult
Description of book- paperback, listed price- $15.99, ISBN 978-0-8254-4409-8
Lucas Morgan. Marnie Sullivan. Ben McKay. Just some of the people affected by Tim Sullivan’s experimenting with human embryos. Tim is killed in a terrible accident following his experiments, which he hopes will save the president’s life.
Tim and a group of federal agents are the only ones who know about this experiment, but because of his death, Marnie, his widow, and Ben (Tim’s business partner) must now figure out what happened.
Are their lives safe? Have others’s been affected by the human embryos?
About the Authors-
William Cutrer passed away in 2013, but was an ordained minister and a recognized expert in reproductive technology and medical ethics.
Sandra Glahn is a professor at Dallas Theological Seminary in media arts and worship.
This book was certainly suspenseful. I didn’t know what was going to happen.
Tim was a very interesting man. I didn’t like that he hid his work, but I understand why he did it. If his uncle, as the president of the United States, wasn’t able to do his job because of his health, the nation would be at risk. Tim did it for all of the citizens. I think he should have picked somewhere other than the clinic to store the embryos, but it is what it is. The book wouldn’t have been the same otherwise.
I liked Marnie and Ben. They are being tested and need to figure out what is going on. Ben falls back on his chaplain training to support Marnie after Tim’s death.
This is an interesting book that I think both men and women will like. I recommend it to those who like supense and intrigue.
Disclosure of Material Connection- I received Lethal Harvest, by William Cutrer and Sandra Glahn, for free from Kregel Publications’ Blog Tour. All links were current when posted. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own or those of my family. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.