Elisabeth Storrs

Elisabeth Storrs has a great love for the history and legends of the ancient world. The Wedding Shroud was endorsed by Ursula Le Guin, and named by Ben Kane as one of the top three books set in the classical world. Call to Juno was endorsed by Kate Quinn and was an Editor’s Choice in the Historical Novels Review. An archaeologist loved her Tales of Ancient Rome saga so much she created an audio-visual exhibition featuring Elisabeth’s characters voicing votive statuary at the Museo dell’Agro Veientano near Rome. Now she is hurtling centuries forward to write Treasured, a novel set in WW2 Germany about looted art, bizarre Nazi archaeology, and the race to save the Trojan Gold in the fall of Berlin.

Elisabeth is the Founder and Chair of the HNSA and program director of the HNSA conferences.

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