The explosive continuation of the story begun in the best-seller, Lethal Harvest. Dr. Tim Sullivan is dead and the critical records for his last few weeks of genetic research are missing. But the "devil's bargain" Dr. Sullivan made before his death is as dangerous as ever. With the bio-genetic world desperately plotting to obtain the secrets unearthed by the research, Dr. Sullivan's surviving family and colleagues, Marnie Sullivan, Dr. Ben McKay, and Dr. Luc Morgan, find themselves struggling to survive a treacherous world of hidden agendas, ethical breaches, and life and death decisions When Ben is injured in a freak hospital accident, he is faced with the very real possibility that he has contracted a deadly disease. Should he tell Marnie? Will he even survive? Carlos Rivera's genetically-engineered daughters are home from the hospital, but are still plagued with sickness. In his anger Carlos is capable of anything-even murder-to avenge his daughters' condition. Luc and his wife Janelle, are ecstatic when the tests show that they are expecting another child. But their joy is clouded when they find out that there may be something wrong with the child. Will Janelle and the baby survive? As Ben, and Luc wrestle through these issues they find themselves in a blinding matrix of human motives struggling to contain the Deadly Cure created by their former partner. William Cutrer, M.D., is a recognized expert in reproductive technology and medical ethics and is a licensed obstetrician/gynecologist who specialized in the treatment of infertility. Currently he and his wife, Jane, live in the Louisville, Kentucky area where he is the Gheens Professor of Bioethics and Spiritual Formation at The Southern Baptist Seminary. Sandra Glahn is a freelance writer and publicist-she has worked for a variety of groups including the music producer of the purple dinosaur, Barney. Using her own experiences with infertility in tandem with her Th.M. degree, Sandra reaches out to others dealing with the emotional, marital, spiritual, and ethical issues of medical technology. She, her husband Gary, and their adopted child make their home in Dallas, Texas.Cutrer, William is the author of 'Deadly Cure' with ISBN 9780825423857 and ISBN 0825423856.