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Traci Medford-Rosow is an Amazon #1 Bestselling author. Her National Bestseller, Unblinded, with Kevin Coughlin, is also the recipient of a Reader’s Favorite Five Star Award and a Gold Winner at the New England Book Festival. Read more
An incredible memoir that is an inherently fascinating read, "Inflection Point" provides a rare insider's look at an aspect of the pharmaceutical industry that is seldom revealed to the public. Exceptionally well written, organized and presented, "Inflection Point" deserves as wide a readership as possible as the issues of public health and the role played by 'big pharmacy' is under increasing controversy and political scrutiny. Simply stated, "Inflection Point" needs to be a part of every community and academic library collection for the benefit of non-specialist general readers and academia alike. —Midwest Book Review
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"Unblinded is a once-in-a-lifetime story, a journey through darkness and light, love and loss, awakening and discovery. Its pages take us, at once, on a remarkable true adventure and into the heart and mind of a most extraordinary individual. A beautifully written and inspiring tale, and a reminder to us all about what really matters."
-ROBERT KURSON, New York Times bestselling author of Crashing Through, Shadow Divers, and Pirate Hunters
When the Coronavirus hit New York City, it hit it hard.
National best-selling author Traci Medford-Rosow and her husband had just returned from vacation to their apartment in Manhattan.
Once in, they couldn’t get out. They were in lockdown.
Nonetheless, they were in need of essentials and supplies. Heading out, they discovered almost every store was closed. Their once bustling neighborhood was a ghost town. The only people out on the streets were the ones who had always been there.
Traci didn’t sleep that night. Or the night after.
The wailing of sirens taking people to the hospital echoed from dusk to dawn. But it wasn’t just that that kept her awake. It was their faces.
Pounding the pavements throughout the early morning hours before going to her law office, she started handing out sandwiches to the homeless.
To young and old. Black, Hispanic and white.
After a few weeks, she got to know their names. And where they slept. She learned their stories. She listened to their hopes and dreams. She became their friend.
All this and more is documented in her new book, Unsheltered Love.