Books reviewed by Stacey Brownlie at BookBrowse.

Stacey Brownlie
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Stacey Brownlie is a reference instruction librarian at Harrisburg Area Community College. She has a B.A. in English and a Master's degree in Library Science. She also reviews books for Library Journal and is a freelance writer and proofreader.

Books reviewed by Stacey Brownlie

Redeployment (05/07/14)
Happier Endings (05/08/13)
Life After Life (04/17/13)
Schroder (02/06/13)
The Antidote (01/23/13)
Crazy Brave (08/22/12)
Quiet (02/01/12)
A Monster Calls (10/05/11)
Orientation (06/15/11)
Deadly Spin (01/13/11)
Half a Life (11/03/10)
Yellow Dirt (11/03/10)
Burmese Lessons (06/09/10)
Nothing to Envy (01/13/10)
Tinkers (01/21/09)
The Forever War (10/01/08)
The Gargoyle (08/13/08)
The Eye of Jade (02/07/08)
A Golden Age (01/10/08)

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