Books reviewed by Sarah Tomp at BookBrowse.

Sarah Tomp
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Sarah Tomp lives, reads and writes in San Diego, California. She is the author of a picture book, Red White and Blue Goodbye and has a MFA in writing for children and young adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She is a co-author of the blog, Writing on the Sidewalk. Her first young adult novel, My Best Everything, was published by Little Brown in March 2015.

Books reviewed by Sarah Tomp

Bowlaway (02/20/19)
The Music Shop (02/21/18)
Long Black Veil (05/31/17)
Mexico (03/22/17)
Everybody's Fool (06/22/16)
Black River (02/04/15)
Six Feet Over It (10/01/14)
Complicit (07/09/14)
The Luminaries (10/16/13)
Paperboy (06/19/13)
The Dinner (02/20/13)

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