Illinois State Library

Illinois Center for the Book


Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Laurie Brown  

Pen Name: None

Genre: Fiction

Audience: Adult;

Born:


-- Website -- http://lauriebrown.net/Books.html
-- Laurie Brown on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=laurie+brown

E-Mail: -- Lauriebrownbooks@yahoo.com


Illinois Connection

The author lives in Glendale Heights, Illinois.

Biographical and Professional Information

Laurie Brown ia an author and teaches writing at the College of Dupage. She writes historical, contemporary, and paranormal romances. She has been a Golden Heart finalist twice and has received the Service Award from the Chicago-North Chapter of Romance Writers of America.


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Selected Titles At Your Library

Hundreds of years to reform a rake /
ISBN: 1402210132. OCLC Number: 300307487

Sourcebooks Casablanca,. .

A modern career woman thrust back in time into the glittering Regency period and the arms of an unscrupulous rake?

Over his dead body /
ISBN: 0755353161. OCLC Number: 653083873

Little Black Dress,. .

The Christmas wedding /
ISBN: 0821777637. OCLC Number: 56526009

Kensington Publ.,. .

The death of bridezilla
ISBN: 1444808214. OCLC Number: 751766756

Ulverscroft,. .

The death of bridezilla /
ISBN: 0755353153. OCLC Number: 444416579

Little Black Dress,. .

Laurie Brown bursts on to the Little Black Dress list with this scarily good romantic suspense, combining edge-of-your-seat thrills and scorching-hot passion.

The night we kissed
ISBN: 9781420136326. OCLC Number: 862731347

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When a spirited young Southerner travels to London on a secret mission, she captures the attention--and the heart--of a Viscount who is searching for a Confederate spy.

The night we kissed /
ISBN: 0821774387. OCLC Number: 53092112

Kensington Pub.,. .

The truth about Cassandra /
ISBN: 0821774379. OCLC Number: 51318476

Kensington Pub.,. .

What would Jane Austen do? /
ISBN: 1402218311. OCLC Number: 262737491

Sourcebooks Casablanca,. .

When a modern woman goes back to Jane Austen's time, she needs to know how to tell a villain from a rake. Otherwise, she could fall into a most shocking scandal.