Trade Ed. Putnam Berkley Audio 2003
CS ISBN 039914952X $25.95 Four cassettes
Daniel Lowell, a stem cell researcher, has developed a way to change a person's DNA, and Senator Ashley Butler wants to be the first to try it to forestall his Parkinson's disease. So how can he do this without anyone knowing? That's the gist of this medical thriller, as only Robin Cook can write them. Dylan Baker performs this story of deceit, self-betrayal, and medical ethics with aplomb, focusing especially on character development as the conspiracy unfolds. The timely issue of stem cell research is explored with all of its negative ramifications. M.B.K. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine [Published: JUN/ JUL 04]
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