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The Demon's Parchment
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JERI WESTERSON is the author of two previous novels featuring Crispin Guest; Veil of Lies and Serpent in the Thorns. She is also a journalist and noted blogger on things mysterious and medieval. She lives in Menifee, California.

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"This superb series isn't kidding when it describes itself as medieval noir.... The writing is wonderful and the history vividly presented. Not to be missed by fans of real historical mysteries." --RT Book Reviews (Top Pick!) "Westerson skillfully lulls her sleuth and the reader into a sense of 'I know what is going on, ' then zings them with the truth. Absolutely first-class; highly recommended." --Library Journal "A solid plot and cast of characters, a feel for the story's place and time (fourteenth-century England), and an appealing noirish air. A welcome addition to the medieval-mystery landscape." --Booklist "Westerson's third 14th-century historical featuring disgraced knight Crispin Guest ... is the best yet." --Publishers Weekly "Information on 14th-century anti-Semitism and homosexuality are highlights of Crispin's third adventure, based on a real 15th-century crime spree." --Kirkus Reviews This superb series isn't kidding when it describes itself as medieval noir.... The writing is wonderful and the history vividly presented. Not to be missed by fans of real historical mysteries. RT Book Reviews (Top Pick!) Westerson skillfully lulls her sleuth and the reader into a sense of 'I know what is going on, ' then zings them with the truth. Absolutely first-class; highly recommended. Library Journal A solid plot and cast of characters, a feel for the story's place and time (fourteenth-century England), and an appealing noirish air. A welcome addition to the medieval-mystery landscape. Booklist Westerson's third 14th-century historical featuring disgraced knight Crispin Guest ... is the best yet. Publishers Weekly Information on 14th-century anti-Semitism and homosexuality are highlights of Crispin's third adventure, based on a real 15th-century crime spree. Kirkus Reviews " This superb series isn't kidding when it describes itself as medieval noir.... The writing is wonderful and the history vividly presented. Not to be missed by fans of real historical mysteries. "RT Book Reviews (Top Pick!)" Westerson skillfully lulls her sleuth and the reader into a sense of 'I know what is going on, ' then zings them with the truth. Absolutely first-class; highly recommended. "Library Journal" A solid plot and cast of characters, a feel for the story's place and time (fourteenth-century England), and an appealing noirish air. A welcome addition to the medieval-mystery landscape. "Booklist" Westerson's third 14th-century historical featuring disgraced knight Crispin Guest ... is the best yet. "Publishers Weekly" Information on 14th-century anti-Semitism and homosexuality are highlights of Crispin's third adventure, based on a real 15th-century crime spree. "Kirkus Reviews"" "This superb series isn't kidding when it describes itself as medieval noir.... The writing is wonderful and the history vividly presented. Not to be missed by fans of real historical mysteries." --"RT Book Reviews" (Top Pick!) "Westerson skillfully lulls her sleuth and the reader into a sense of 'I know what is going on, ' then zings them with the truth. Absolutely first-class; highly recommended." --"Library Journal" "A solid plot and cast of characters, a feel for the story's place and time (fourteenth-century England), and an appealing noirish air. A welcome addition to the medieval-mystery landscape." --"Booklist" "Westerson's third 14th-century historical featuring disgraced knight Crispin Guest ... is the best yet." --"Publishers Weekly" "Information on 14th-century anti-Semitism and homosexuality are highlights of Crispin's third adventure, based on a real 15th-century crime spree." --"Kirkus Reviews"

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