When a woman arrives at the ER in shock from massive blood loss, a medical resident becomes suspicious about procedures practiced at the nearby abortion clinic. He investigates what goes on behind closed doors and ends up risking his life. Addressing with sensitivity and conviction some of the most crucial issues of our time, False Positive takes readers on a fast-paced thrill-ride ride and brings them face-to-face with the inseparable miracles of God’s forgiveness and grace.

Prolife fiction authors in the Christian market have long committed the sin of being overly didactic, rather than offering a well-crafted, balanced story. In their third novel, Cutrer and Glahn (Lethal Harvest; Deadly Cure) break this stereotype with a thoughtful, message-driven medical suspense novel that examines contemporary ethical dilemmas without resorting to proselytizing or oversimplification. This is a mature, refreshing treatment of a difficult topic.

Publishers Weekly

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