Book Reviews of Fated Genes

Fated Genes
Fated Genes
Author: Harry Lee Krause Jr.
ISBN-13: 9780891078777
ISBN-10: 0891078770
Publication Date: 1/9/1996
Pages: 382
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.

4.1 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Crossway Books
Book Type: Paperback
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I really enjoyed this book!

Back cover: Brad Forrest is a young, overworked pediatric surgeon who risks losing everything--including his lovely wife and his young son-- to obtain the career opportunity of his dreams.
Web Tyson, founder and head of the most prestigious pediatric surgery practice in the Southeast, may be the next Surgeon General of the U.S.--unless the truth comes out about what is happening in Room 525 of the Crestvies Women's and Children's Health Center.
Lenore Kingsley, rich president of a huge pharmaceutical company is using her power to engage in human DNA splicing research and to make
Web Tyson the next Surgeon General--for her own purposes.
These three personalities collide in a strange chain of events that none of them would have shosen and that none of them may survive. Can anyone--even the prayer remnant at Patterson's Nursing Home--make a difference now?

An unforgettable story of passion and power, with spiritual themes that no one should ignore.
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Good story
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This is a really good read. Very plausible in this day and age.
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Excellent medical mystery. Harry Kraus knows how to keep you involved. Great read.
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Medical suspense. Addresses the Christians view on cloning, abortion etc.
Real characters and good story.