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Men against Women by Laura Hart McKinny
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Men against Women

by Laura Hart McKinny

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Los Angeles, 1984: Morgan, a tough-minded cop and single mom, requests a transfer out of her sleepy suburban town to the gritty streets of Los Angeles. She lands at the 77th precinct, where she finds division and animosity between men and women on the force due to a secret club called Men Against Women (MAW). When Morgan is unceremoniously demoted to "report car" after she refuses to rat-out a fellow male officer, she discovers a cover-up that could bring down MAW and change the face of the 77th forever. Based on her research of the Los Angeles Police Department in the 1980s, Laura Hart McKinny takes readers deep into the mindset of United States law enforcement of the past and the prejudices that may still exist today.

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