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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
 
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The Wolf Wants In (2019)
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The Drowning Kind (2021)
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