Books by Lynda Beck Fenwick

Released: Jan. 2, 1998

"Few answers here, but the floor has definitely been thrown open to questions. (8 pages photos, not seen)"
The godlike ability to procreate without benefit of mother and father meeting at least once in passionate (or even coolly calculated) intercourse, society's responsibility to disabled or marginally viable infants, and the ethics of surrogacy are among the issues addressed in this exploration of the consequences of making babies circa the year 2000. Read full book review >