Books by Jan Siegel

THE WITCH QUEEN by Jan Siegel
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Aug. 1, 2002

"Let us pray for a fourth."
A happy ending, following a torrid romance, a creepy contest between dueling witches, two (count 'em!) deals with the Devil (or a reasonable facsimile thereof), an encounter with God (or an even more reasonable facsimile) and a few more campy, smart-alecky high fantasy send-ups to Siegel's fantasy trilogy featuring Fern Capel, a single, British public relations executive who quite literally moonlights as a witch. Read full book review >
THE DRAGON CHARMER by Jan Siegel
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: July 1, 2001

"An uneven but winsomely wry entry in what is now a series parodying gothic excess and British high-fantasy clichés."
Before Fern Capel, the p.r. consultant and reluctant witch of Prospero's Children (2000), gets married, she must grapple with a host of uninvited supernatural guests, including an ancient demon who just won't behave. Read full book review >
PROSPERO'S CHILDREN by Jan Siegel
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 2, 2000

"An encouraging debut—stay tuned for the rest of the trilogy."
Sixteen-year-old Fern Capel lives in London with her younger brother, Will, and her father, Robin, a publisher. Read full book review >