Books by Lori Andrews

"When octuplets are born in Houston, when a dead man fathers a baby in Los Angeles, when 'twins' of different races are born after a medical mix-up in Manhattan, whom are you going to call? Lori Andrews definitely is on the short list" says USA Today. Si

Released: Jan. 10, 2012

"Authoritative, important reading for policymakers and an unnerving reminder that anything you post can and will be used against you."
Unnerving narrative about the misuse of personal online information—without our knowledge—to track, judge and harm us in innumerable aspects of our lives. Read full book review >
IMMUNITY by Lori Andrews
Released: Sept. 2, 2008

"Strong characters and fascinating scientific details, but not enough tension to produce a real page-turner."
Unknown disease or deliberate poisoning? A geneticist looks for the cause of a deadly outbreak. Read full book review >
Released: May 17, 2007

"Andrews (Sequence, 2006, etc.) writes with breezy energy and fills Alex's world with appealing background characters and interesting details, though not enough surprises."
A complicated research project takes a murderous turn for a government forensic specialist. Read full book review >
SEQUENCE by Lori Andrews
Released: June 19, 2006

"Dedicated readers may relish exploring this unusual branch of the military, but not necessarily the impersonal story in which it's couched."
A suspenseful first novel from biotechnologist and nonfiction author Andrews (Body Bazaar, 2001, etc.) offers within a workmanlike plot an insiders' look into the armed-services pathology lab. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 13, 2001

"A chilling account, but Andrews and Nelkin's Luddite tendencies are as worrisome as the abuses they document."
Two academics sound the alarm against an invasion of the body snatchers. Read full book review >
Released: May 1, 1999

"Remarkably free of techno-jargon, this fascinating premillennium primer cautions readers about the many legal and ethical potholes awaiting those who venture into such uncharted territory."
A disturbing but insightful look at the brave new reproductive world that is dawning. Read full book review >
Released: July 10, 1996

"Still, Johnny Spain's life story is so powerful, and so inspirational, that it overcomes its narrator's limitations. (8 pages b&w photos, not seen)"
A moving journey through a black activist's turbulent life. Read full book review >