Retrovirus

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Barbour Books, 2002 - Fiction - 367 pages
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Dr. Nicholas Donovan is a brilliant genetic researcher with little time for God. He's also damaged goods-and knows it-because one of his patients died in clinical trials for a genetic cancer therapy. So why would SynTech Labs be eager to hire the disgraced doctor? Donovan's not sure-but he's not asking questions. Yet. As the new head researcher on SynTech Labs' latest gene therapy, Nick is surprised to learn how many Christians are scheduled for injections at the SynTech Center-and that his predecessor died mysteriously. When he discovers a stockpile of fatal gene therapies, questions flow. Now Donovan must investigate his suspicions without destroying his career. But there's more at stake than his new job: his own life-and the soul he didn't know he had.

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User Review  - girly girl - Christianbook.com

this was a very good book. i couldn't put it down. I read the back and was not looking forward to reading it. it sounded and looked boring. but it was the complete opposite of boring. i loved the ... Read full review

User Review  - Greg Hume - Christianbook.com

Book starts out slowly but picks up speed with many twists in the plot. A good read with a surprise ending. Read full review

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T.L. Higley holds a degree in English Literature and has written three previous novels and more than fifty drama productions for church ministry. She is especially passionate about "breaking down emotional and philosophical barriers that people have put up between themselves and Christ.

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