Crispin Guest Mysteries

“Down these mean streets a man must go who is not himself mean, who is neither tarnished nor afraid. The detective must be a complete man and a common man and yet an unusual man. He must be, to use a rather weathered phrase, a man of honor. He talks as the man of his age talks, that is, with rude wit, a lively sense of the grotesque, a disgust for sham, and a contempt for pettiness.”  
—Raymond Chandler

“A nobleman is disgraced, stripped of his title and wealth. Reduced to poverty, he must eke out a living as a finder of stolen items and, occasionally, criminals. He’s a flawed character, too proud to accept the squalor he cannot escape, too romantic to overcome the wiles of women who use and abuse him, and too steeped in his own code of honor to avoid peril.” –Criminal Element on BLOOD LANCE

WHO IS CRISPIN GUEST? READ ABOUT HIM HERE.

Veil of Lies - by Jeri WestersonSerpent in the Thorns - by Jeri WestersonThe Demon’s Parchment - by Jeri WestersonTroubled Bones - by Jeri Westerson

Blood Lance - by Jeri Westerson   Shadow of the Alchemist - by Jeri WestersonCup of Blood - by Jeri WestersonSilenceStones cover copyMaidenWeeping_cover (2)

 














 
The series was nominated for the Agatha, Macavity, Bruce Alexander, 
Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice, M.M. Bennetts, the Shamus, and named Best of 2013 from Suspense Magazine, and Best of 2016 SteveReadsBlog

 

The Books in Order

1. VEIL OF LIES

2. SERPENT IN THE THORNS

3. THE DEMON’S PARCHMENT

4. TROUBLED BONES

5. BLOOD LANCE

6. SHADOW OF THE ALCHEMIST

7. CUP OF BLOOD (A PREQUEL)

8. THE SILENCE OF STONES

9. A MAIDEN WEEPING

10. SEASON OF BLOOD

11. THE DEEPEST GRAVE

 

“Creative and enthralling … authentic Medieval history combined with modern suspense.” –John Lescroart, bestselling author

“Clever twists and convincing period detail make Westerson’s fifth 14th-century historical featuring disgraced knight Crispin Guest one of her best.” — Publishers Weekly

“Guest’s fifth adventure again provides a lively tale of historical interest smoothly combined with a worthy mystery.”  –Kirkus Review

“A must-read for fans of medieval mysteries.” – Booklist

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