ODE TO THE PAST (with the occasional nod to the present)

The Oracle cover reveal

June 14, 2015

Tags: The Oracle, D.J. Niko, Sarah Weston, Delphi, archeological thriller, ancient Greece

Tomorrow marks the official reveal of THE ORACLE cover. I am so thrilled to present this book, the third in the Sarah Weston Chronicles series.

It's taken me more than a year to write but a lifetime's worth of research. As you know, I was born and raised in Greece, so my native country's legends and myths are very close to my heart. I have spent much time in Delphi, where THE ORACLE largely takes place: I have walked the Sacred Way, stood at the edge of the Castalian Spring, gotten lost in the woods of Mount Parnassus, and touched the ancient stones of the sanctuary of Apollo.

These experiences and images, forever branded in my mind, come to life in this book. I hope you will check it out. Here is a blurb from the book jacket:

In Delphi, the mountain city deemed by the Greek gods to be the center of the Earth, a cult of neo-pagans recreates with painstaking authenticity ancient rituals to glorify the god Apollo and deliver oracles to seekers from around the world. When antiquities are stolen from a museum in nearby Thebes, British archaeologist Sarah Weston and her American partner, Daniel Madigan, are drawn into a plot that goes beyond harmless role-playing: someone is using the Delphian oracle as a smoke screen for an information exchange with devastating consequences for the Western world. Pitted against each other by the cultís mastermind, Sarah and Daniel race against time and their own personal demons to uncover clues left behind by the ancients. Their mission: to find the original navel stone marked with a lost Pythagorean formula detailing the catastrophic events that led to the collapse of a legendary civilization. But will they find it in time to stop the ultimate terrorist act?

Selected Works

Historical Fiction
A story of passion and betrayal, faith and sacrifice, and the fall of an empire.
Thrillers
Sarah Weston uncovers a long-lost Greek artifact--and a plot to build the ultimate terrorist weapon.
Sarah Weston races to uncover an ancient message with explosive implications for modern Israel.
The first in a series of archaeological thrillers featuring gritty aristocrat Sarah Weston.

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