Warriors provides a window into the challenges of day-to-day policing—told from a
woman’s perspective. From a gripping account of the 9/11 aftermath when Chicago police officers descended on New York
City to help search the wreckage to the humorous and sometimes tragic on-the-beat episodes, Women Warriors is an
intriguing and worthwhile read.
Alan Jacobson, National Bestselling Author of Inmate 1577
Wills shines a light on the courage and tenacity
of the profession’s female Warriors”
Dave “Buck Savage” Smith, Internationally renowned police trainer
glimpse into the lives of women in law enforcement.
Noah Boyd, NYT best-selling author
of The Bricklayer
A powerful, deeply moving book. Filled with tales of courage, sacrifice and steely warrior
determination. Powerful proof that the warrior spirit knows no gender!
Dave Grossman, Lt. Col. USA (ret.) Author of On Combat and On Killing
Often dismissed is the true warrior role so many women play in law enforcement. Wills brings that role into
Frank Borelli, Editor, Officer.com
John's book reminds us there are women in this profession taking their turn “Walking
Terry G. Hillard, Retired Superintendent Chicago Police Department