NEW YORK (AP) The late Michael Crichton's literary archive and production company has authorized a sequel to his breakthrough novel "The Andromeda Strain."
HarperCollins Publishers announced Tuesday that "The Andromeda Evolution" will come out Nov. 12. The book will be a collaboration between science fiction author Daniel H. Wilson and CrichtonSun LLC.
Its publication marks the 50th anniversary of "The Andromeda Strain," Crichton's techno-thriller about a lethal extraterrestrial microorganism.
Crichton, who died in 2008, is also known for such blockbusters as "Jurassic Park" and "Rising Sun." Wilson's novels include "Robopocalypse" and the sequel "Robogenesis."