I've been wondering about something. And I hope that I'm overly cynical and 100% wrong in even thinking about it. But given that there apparently still might be more books coming even after Dragon Teeth, which is already the third posthumous Crichton publication 9 years after his death, is there a danger that some of these new titles might just be written by ghost writers? You know to try to take advantage of famous name to try to increase sales. I don't find Micro and Pirate Latitudes suspicious as they were released soon after his passing and had very trademark Crichton language (+ Micro was admitted of being co-written/finished by another author), but I think the more far we go into the future the more questionable it might become from where under the carpet they were found. You know they might be based on his ideas, but were they really fully written by him?