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The Delphi Revelation: Book III of The Delphi Trilogy

A defiant teen. A deadly confrontation. A stunning revelation. The spellbinding Delphi Trilogy hurtles to a gripping conclusion with The Delphi Revelation, a thriller that keeps you enthralled to the end.

17-year-old Zach secretly returned to his wealthy hometown after ten years in hiding only to plunge into a grim reality and discover the true reasons his mother took him away and changed his identity: a secret Committee that controls the lives of everyone in town and the global League of Delphi with an ancient agenda of greed and teen exploitation.

In search of his family’s true past, Zach makes unexpected connections with other desperate souls. Ashley, his first love, is ensnared in the League’s deadly conspiracy. Larry, the town’s vengeful outcast, has turned out to be closer to Zach than he could have imagined. But trust comes with a price. Zach finds himself trapped and tortured by the League’s vicious security chief. He can stop the pain by accepting their twisted way of life. But the wrong decision will endanger thousands of lives—and drive those closest to him to disaster and death. 


"I love this series! Everheart catapults the reader into a non-stop roller coaster ride of deception, murder and a town desperate to hide its secrets."
 – Heather Burch, best selling author of The Halflings series
“THE DELPHI REVELATION: Book III of The Delphi Trilogy delivers. Again.”
 –
Paul Aertker, author of the Crime Travelers series

The League of Delphi: Book I of The Delphi Trilogy

A lone teen, a suspicious death, an ancient conspiracy. The first book of the gripping Delphi Trilogy, The League of Delphi draws you in, takes you on a tense and thrilling ride, and leaves you wanting more. 

Ten years after his father's mysterious death, 17-year-old Zach secretly returns to his wealthy hometown in search of answers. Why did his mother move him away then go into hiding to die alone? Why did she change his name, forbidding him to ever reveal his true identity? Why was he never allowed to return home?

Left with nothing and no one, Zach is desperate to reconnect with this seemingly "perfect" town. But something isn't right. When a local teen commits suicide and no one seems to care, Zach's hopes collapse into disenchantment and suspicion. Ashley, a local teenager on the fringe, piques his interest with whispers of a secret committee controlling the lives of everyone around them. Could it be true? Together, Zach and Ashley delve into the hidden life of the town and discover a dark connection to Ancient Greece and the Oracle at Delphi. Their suspicions are confirmed - but the conspiracy is more terrifying and dangerous than they ever imagined... 

The League of Delphi is "...suspenseful, engaging, imaginative.


The Delphi Deception: Book II of The Delphi Trilogy

A desperate teen, a dangerous alliance, an ancient foe. The gripping Delphi Trilogy continues with Book II, The Delphi Deception, plunging readers deeper into a dark world of conspiracy and danger.

After ten years in hiding 17-year-old Zach made the mistake of returning to his wealthy hometown. He slammed head-on into the conspiracy that killed his parents, drove a childhood friend to suicide, and exploits teens to fulfill an ancient agenda of greed. Zach should have run. But he stayed, and now the consequences are burying him. 

His blind pursuit of the town’s deepest secrets has left him injured and terrified. The answers he’s gotten about his true identity are more disturbing than he could have imagined. And his first love, Ashley, is in more danger than ever.

Zach’s desperate plan to save his crumbling world is derailed by the mysterious man he thought was his ally. Forced to team with Ashley’s ambitious sister who’ll help—for a price—he enters an alliance fraught with deception and betrayal. 

As the League of Delphi’s vicious new security chief closes in on him, Zach is propelled back into the jaws of danger by a cryptic command from beyond this world. Will his misguided mission save Ashley? Or will it get them both killed? 

"The Delphi Deception is a masterpiece! It's an edge-of-your-seat ride filled with mystery and suspense."  - Heather Burch, author of the critically acclaimed Halflings series. 
"Everheart's latest page-turner is packed with mystery, secrets and surprises." - Steven James, award-winning author of Blur and Quest for Celestia.


The Shadow Of Delphi: a Short Delphi Trilogy Prequel

A teen’s funeral. An ominous encounter. A fateful decision.

Was the dead boy in the boarding school chapel really who he claimed to be? Are the headmaster’s ominous words meant to reassure the rest of the boys—or warn them?  Why is Mom making one of her secret visits now? Answers are scarce for Zach, a boy who was taken away from home nine years ago and hidden away, forbidden to ever return or reveal his true identity. But the questions are driving him to make a fateful decision that will change his life for the darker.

Why would a boy who escaped the clutches of a killer conspiracy return to the most dangerous place on earth.


Readers rave about The Delphi Trilogy:

“Read. This. Book! Each chapter leaves you on the edge of your seat, and it all leads up to one of the most exciting endings I've read in a long time.”

“It has it all: romance, intrigue and suspense... and very well written characters.”

“From the very first page to the very last page I felt like I was on this wild ride.”

"Even the most reluctant of reluctant readers will have a hard time putting these books down."

A tweet from an excited - and fast - reader!

A tweet from an excited - and fast - reader!

What is Delphi?

For nearly 2,000 years people of the ancient Mediterranean flocked to the Oracle at Delphi to get a vision of their future. A woman called the Pythia sat deep in the Temple of Apollo, inhaling noxious vapors and delivering cryptic prophecies to faithful visitors.

The Pythia in her chamber - known as the Adyton - under the Temple of Apollo at Delphi, casting oracles.

The Pythia in her chamber - known as the Adyton - under the Temple of Apollo at Delphi, casting oracles.

For centuries into the modern era, the Oracle at Delphi was thought to be a myth or a clever ruse to separate gullible ancients from their money. But in recent years, archaeologists and geologists have made discoveries at the Temple of Apollo at Delphi that confirm the ancient texts, even if they can't explain the mystery of the Pythia's powers.

In a time when magic and superstition ruled the world, Delphi was exalted above all other seers and oracles. The prophecies dispensed covered every human interest from romance to finance to empires. This holy mountainside city about 100 miles from Athens became the most important cultural, social and religious site in the Western world and cast a spell on its people that lasted an entire age.

Just think what would happen if a modern-day secret society tracing its roots back 3,000 years to the Oracle at Delphi was manipulating the world and coercing its people to maintain their high social and economic status. This is the kind of conspiracy that Zach and Ashley encounter in THE DELPHI TRILOGY. What would a society like that do to protect their secret and keep their grip on the power they believe is rightfully theirs?

Some new Nashville readers with The Delphi Trilogy.

Some new Nashville readers with The Delphi Trilogy.

 
 
Artists rendering of the geological features of the Delphi site. Two fault lines meet on the mountainside of Mt. Parnassus directly under the Adyton; springs rise and flow over limestone bedrock, thought to create ethylene gas, which rose up through cracks in the earth in ancient times. 

Artists rendering of the geological features of the Delphi site. Two fault lines meet on the mountainside of Mt. Parnassus directly under the Adyton; springs rise and flow over limestone bedrock, thought to create ethylene gas, which rose up through cracks in the earth in ancient times. 

The remaining columns of the Temple of Apollo at Delphi. Read more about Delphi at Wikipedia. Photo by Patar Knight

The remaining columns of the Temple of Apollo at Delphi. Read more about Delphi at Wikipedia. Photo by Patar Knight