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Shining A Spotlight On… Author Jeri Westerson

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Hello My Lovelies. Today, I want to shine my spotlight on American, best-selling author, Jeri Westerson. Jeri’s debut novel Veil of Lies (Crispin Guest #1) was published in October 2008.

I’ve decided, that every once in a while, I want to share the love about those amazing people who give us the stories we find irresistible – authors. These spontaneous posts will feature a different author. I want to use my blog to shine a spotlight on self-published authors or those who use small independent publishers.

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Los Angeles native JERI WESTERSON is the author of fourteen Crispin Guest Medieval Noir novels, a series nominated for 13 national awards from the Agatha to the Shamus. Her first in the series, Veil of Lies was named Editor’s Choice by the Historical Novel Society Review, her third The Demon’s Parchment received a coveted starred review by Library Journal, and her sixth, Shadow of the Alchemist, was named Best of 2013 by Suspense Magazine. Also in 2013, her fifth novel Blood Lance was named one of the Ten Hot Crime Novels for Colder Days by Kirkus Reviews.

Booke of the Hidden, Jeri’s urban fantasy series released in 2017, Romantic Times Magazine gave it Five Stars and called it “…A flawless tale of adventure, mystery and saucy romance. The page reverberates with passion, and absolutely no wrong can come from vivid characters and a hero to die for.” It finaled for the Seal of Excellence from RT Reviews. Her second, DEADLY RISING  was released in 2018, her third, SHADOWS IN THE MIST was released in May 2019, and the final book, THE DARKEST GATEWAY, was released October 2019.

Her historical fantasy/steampunk novel, THE DAEMON DEVICE—in her Enchanter Chronicles trilogy—released October 2019 as well. And the first in her other paranormal werewolf mystery series–MOONRISERS–released March 2020.

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Shining a Spotlight on Jeri Westerson’s Series

Moonriser Werewolf Mysteries

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Jeff is a guy with a werewolf problem. All he wants is to go back to his life as a surfer, a player, and a tea and spice shop proprietor. But that’s not possible when there’s a dangerous surfer gang, a Voodoo coven, a werewolf pack…and murder!

  • Moonrisers (Moonriser Werewolf Mysteries #1) (2020)

The Moonriser Werewolf Mystery titles are available in print, ebook and audio formats through the usual sources, including:

Amazon UK ¦ Amazon US ¦ The Book Depository ¦ Waterstones ¦ Audible

Booke of the Hidden Series

Booke of the Hidden by Jeri Westerson

A girl. A mysterious book. Misfit Wiccans. A Baphomet biker gang. And a handsome demon. What could possibly go wrong?

Booke of the Hidden is four book adult urban fantasy series. The series is set in the beautiful, rural fictional village of Moody Bog, Maine, USA.

Our key human characters include: Our heroine, Kylie Strange. A local coven of Wiccans – retired doctor and part-time plasterer, Doc Boone, middle-aged Seraphina, a bohemian free-spirit and ‘sensitive’, Nick Riley barista and Goth and sixteen-year-old Jolene Ayrs, researching whiz kid and budding Wiccan. Moody Bog’s Sheriff and hotty, Ed Bradbury and Ruth Russell, a descendent of Moody Bog’s founding families.

There’s no set mythology (e.g. Norse, Christian, Egyptian, etc) to the paranormal elements. So, the non-human species that we encounter, which includes the elusive and enigmatic Mr Erasmus Dark, are more of a generic amalgam rather than from a specific belief system.

Books in the Series

This quirky-humorous yet edgy-romantic urban fantasy series is set in a small town in Maine. Booke of the Hidden is a completed urban fantasy series. Click on the titles to find out more and read my review.

The Booke of the Hidden titles are available in print, eBook and audio formats through the usual sources, including:

Amazon UK ¦ Amazon US ¦ Audible ¦ The Book Depository ¦ Waterstones

Enchanter Chronicles


London, 1891. In this steampunk fantasy, Magician Leopold Kazsmer, the Great Enchanter, ashamed of his Jewish-Gypsy blood, has fashioned himself into a proper English gentleman, though he harbors a carefully guarded secret; he has learned the dangerous art of summoning daemons to perform true magic. With the help of Raj, a tarot-reading automaton, Eurynomos, a shrewd Jewish daemon, and the beautiful and mysterious Scotland Yard Special Inspector, Mingli Zhao, they solve London’s most perplexing paranormal murders.

Includes original illustrations by Robert Carrasco.

  • The Daemon Device (Enchanter Chronicles #1) (2019)
  • Clockwork Gypsy (Enchanter Chronicles #2) (Coming Autumn 2020)

The Enchanter Chronicles titles are available in print, ebook and audio formats through the usual sources, including:

Amazon UK ¦ Amazon US ¦ The Book Depository ¦ Waterstones ¦ Audible

Crispin Guest Medieval Mystery Series


“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.” 

This ever growing Medieval Noir mysteries feature Crispin Guest, a disgraced knight in 14th century London.

  • Cup of Blood (Crispin Guest prequel)
  • Veil of Lies (Crispin Guest #1)
  • Serpent in the Thorns (Crispin Guest #2)
  • The Demon’s Parchment (Crispin Guest #3)
  • Troubled Bones (Crispin Guest #4)
  • Blood Lance (Crispin Guest #5)
  • Shadow of the Alchemist (Crispin Guest #6)
  • The Silence of Stones (Crispin Guest #7)
  • A Maiden Weeping (Crispin Guest #8)
  • Season of Blood (Crispin Guest #9)
  • The Deepest Grave (Crispin Guest #10)
  • Traitor’s Codex (Crispin Guest #11)
  • Dark Chamber (Crispin Guest Novella/Short Story)

The Crispin Guest titles are available in print, ebook and audio formats through the usual sources, including:

Amazon UK ¦ Amazon US ¦ The Book Depository ¦ Waterstones ¦ Audible

I hope you found this spotlight on Jeri Westerson helpful and you to read some of her books. Comment below when you do. Check out some of my other favourite authors HERE.

About Me

I'm in my late forties, my interests are varied but since menopause hit a few years ago, I find myself becoming a "grumpy old woman" all too frequently - where has my infinite patience gone!?! Lol!
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(3) Comments

  1. I haven’t read any of the Medieval mystery books but I’ve loved her Booke of the Hidden series.

  2. One correction. Cup of Blood is not a novella or short story. It’s a full no do, a prequel. Thanks for reading,g and for the wonderful spotlight.

    1. Ooh, another full length novel? I’ll add Cup of Blood to the list. Thanks Jeri, and you’re welcome. x

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