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The Girl With No Name by Lisa Regan (Grand Central Publishing)

Dear Reader,

In the small city of Denton, Pennsylvania, an infant has gone missing. Chief of Police Josie Quinn launches a desperate search for the newborn. Then her fiancé disappears. The only clue to either of these abductions is a mystery woman who remembers nothing … not even her own name. Josie has her work cut out for her in this twisty USA Today bestseller! 

All my best,
Lisa Regan


Black Fatigue: How Racism Erodes the Mind, Body, and Spirit by Mary-Frances Winters (Berrett-Koehler Publishers)

Dear Reader,

Three years ago, I released We Can’t Talk About That at Work!: How to Talk About Race, Religion, Politics and Other Polarizing Topics, and the model I present for having Bold, Inclusive Conversations® has become a highly sought-after topic. Even more so amidst current social unrest due to the police-involved killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and many more.

There is one polarizing topic that is talked about least often and that is race. It is in my new book Black Fatigue: How Racism Erodes the Mind, Body, and Spirit that I break down the history of race and racism. I dedicate an entire chapter titled “Then is Now,” to compare inequitable data from the past to similar data today showing gaps in the progress of the Black community.

Thank you,
Mary-Frances Winters