The Cause Lives by Marie W. Watts is out now. Alice Arden can’t wait to retire in eighteen months, but her boss at the federal discrimination and harassment agency she works at has other ideas. She assigns Alice to head a newly created task force responsible for catching more lawbreakers, and Alice can’t refuse.
Already burned out and suffering from a worsening disability that might put her in a wheelchair, Alice finds more than she bargained for in her new team with racism, a
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To make matters worse, a new employee, Royce, sends the office into
These contemporary women’s crime fiction novels with a strong female lead character and a diverse group of secondary characters is a great read for book clubs. Marie would be delighted to Skype into your group discussions too. You can contact her through her website.
Author Marie W. Watts is a former discrimination investigator and human resource consultant. In pursuit of justice in the workplace, Marie has been from jails to corporate boardrooms seeing the good, the bad, and the ugly of humans at work. She now brings her experiences to life in the Warriors for Equal Rights Trilogy. Marie is also the co-author of Human Relations, 4th ed. Additionally, her work has been published in the Texas Bar Journal and the Houston Business Journal, as well as featured on Issues Today. Marie and her husband live on a ranch in central Texas. In her spare time, she supports a historic house and hangs out with her grandsons.