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The Roth Show: The Ladies of Forbes: “Crime, She Writes”

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Wednesday, December 7, 7-8pm ET

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             Crime, She Writes

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The Roth Show welcomes the ladies of “Crime, She Writes:”  Dr. Gina Simmons and True Crime Author Cathy Scott, along with Susan Murphy Milano.  

Introducing a new feature at Forbes.com: “Crime, She Writes” is a powerhouse lineup of female true crime professionals, experts and authors providing commentary about the hottest topics on crime, justice, and law from a woman’s perspective.

Completing the lineup of “Crime, She Writes” is Diane Fanning and Kathryn Casey (both were on an earlier show).

 Dr. Gina Simmons has worked for more than 25 years as a psychotherapist helping individuals, couples and families heal from the painful binds that limit their potential. She enjoys transforming organizations looking to reduce problem anger and stress, manage conflict, and prevent workplace violence. She’s provided training and consulting services for organizations that include the FBI, the University of California, San Diego, and Cubic Corporation. She’s also an award-winning blogger. For fun and therapy, she hikes, bicycles and plays guitar and other noise-making instruments with her family.

 

Cathy Scott is the Los Angeles Times’ bestselling author of The Killing of Tupac Shakur. Her eighth book, The Millionaire’s Wife, is scheduled for release in spring 2012. Her work has appeared in The New York Times MagazineNew York PostSan Diego Union-TribuneLas Vegas Sun, and Reuters news service. She taught journalism at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas until she left to cover the largest animal rescue in US history. Her book, Pawprints of Katrina, is a result of that work. Her most recent appearances include Investigation Discovery, VH1 and A&E. In her spare time she bicycles, gardens and hikes with her dogs in Nevada, California and Utah, where she splits her time.

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1 Comment

  1. This woman is sooo glad that Laurie’s archives are back on track for we working women to listen during off hours! Qutie a diverse and interesting show.! Much more than a “coffee klatch”- intriguing conversation. It’s great to hear from Gina, as I was unfamiliar with her work until now… Laurie, you’re a great “conductor of the orchestra and cheerleader” for all your guests!

    Donna- “Ladyjustice”
    http://www.donnagore.com

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