LETHAL GENES by Linda Grant
A Crime Novel With Catherine Sayler

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An investigation into a Berkeley biotech laboratory that is on the verge of discovering a way to keep people thin leads to two deaths and a potentially lethal case for private detective Catherine Sayler. 10,000 first printing.

About Linda Grant

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Linda Grant is the author of "The Cast Iron Shore," "Sexing the Millennium," "Still Here" and "When I Lived in Modern Times," for which she won the Orange Prize.
Published October 2, 1996 by Scribner. 256 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When Crawford's right-hand man, Paul Raskin, calls in high-tech specialist Catherine Sayler (A Woman's Place, 1994, etc.), somebody's already swiped Julie Chun's irradiated seed corn, stolen Chuck Nishimura's epitubes, and damaged corn plants belonging to Chuck and Raisa Strom.

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Hired by Paul Raskin, the magnetically attractive manager of the maize lab at UC-Berkeley, Catherine questions researchers among whom academic and personal jealousies often erupt.

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