A DIFFERENT SHADE OF BLUE: HOW WOMEN CHANGED THE FACE OF POLICE WORK

Hi, Everyone: I'm very pleased to announce that my book will be out July 15. A DIFFERENT SHADE OF BLUE tells the history of female cops in America through the candid voices of 50 women on the Seattle Police Department. As one of the first cities to hire policewomen in 1912, Seattle provides the perfect backdrop to tell an amazing story – women’s ongoing struggle nationwide to fit into the male-dominated police profession. Three generations of women – black, white, Asian, Latina, gay, straight – speak 'on the record' about their experiences on the streets and in the precincts. Please check it out at www.adifferentshadeofblue.com and on Amazon.com. Thank you!

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Comment by Dana King on May 5, 2009 at 2:30am
Thanks for putting the word out about this. The best people to tell stories about cops are cops, as has been shown by Connie Fletcher's series. This book definitely goes onto my To Be Bought list.

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