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Janelle Brown

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Janelle Brown is a Los Angeles-based freelance journalist. Having spent four years as a senior writer at Salon, she currently writes for the New York Times and Vogue, amongst others.

Genres: Mystery
Janelle Brown recommends
The Ghost of Greenwich Village (2011)
Lorna Graham
"Lorna Graham's novel is charming, a sweet and whimsical romp through a magical Manhattan. I would love to live in her Greenwich Village, both past and present."
The High Season (2018)
Judy Blundell
"Sharply observed and beautifully written, The High Season is like a cold martini on a hot summer night: refreshing and intoxicating at the same time."
The Banker's Wife (2018)
Cristina Alger
"Cristina Alger's ripped-from-the-headlines thriller is a fascinating glimpse into the mysterious world of billionaire banking, and kept me guessing until the very last page. I couldn't tear myself away."
Girls' Night Out (2018)
Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke
"Lisa Steinke and Liz Fenton have conjured up the tropical vacation of your nightmares. After reading the unsettling Girls’ Night Out, you’ll never look at a tequila shot the same way again."
The Lost Night (2019)
Andrea Bartz
"If The Girl on the Train had been a Brooklyn party kid, she'd feel right at home in The Lost Night A juicy thriller wrapped up in a vivid nostalgia trip."
Miracle Creek (2019)
Angie Kim
"Miracle Creek is an engrossing puzzle-box of a book: a twisty courtroom drama that also manages to be emotionally astute, culturally perceptive, and deeply empathetic. Angie Kim tackles hot-button subjects with a delicate touch, proving herself a master of both portraiture and storytelling. I loved this novel."
The Wolf Wants In (2019)
Laura McHugh
"A perfect thriller . . . a thoughtful commentary on America’s opioid crisis and an utterly satisfying mystery."

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