Elisabeth Storrs has long held an interest in the history, myths, and legends of the ancient world. She studied classics at the University of Sydney and is a director of the NSW Writers' Centre and one of the founders of the Historical Novel Society Australasia. Over the years she has worked as a solicitor, a corporate lawyer, and a governance consultant. She lives with her husband and two sons in Sydney, Australia. Visit her at elisabethstorrs.com.
“Skillfully plotted and with vividly drawn characters, The Golden
Dice is a suspenseful, romantic, exciting drama.” —Sherry Jones,
author of Four Sisters, All Queens
“…A stimulating and clever novel.” —Folly Gleeson, Newtown Review of Books
“There aren’t many novels of the Roman world that provide such a comprehensive picture, which should give The Golden Dice great appeal for a variety of readers.” —Sarah Johnson, reviews editor for Historical Novels Review
“With fabulous and richly woven historical detail (a hard thing to do, given how little we know about the mysterious Etruscan civilization), this a must-read novel. Bravo, Elisabeth Storrs.” —Ben Kane, author of the Hannibal and Eagles of Rome books
“Elisabeth Storrs’s Tales of Ancient Rome series should really be called Tales of Ancient Veii, as it brings the Etruscan town to life. Thank you, Elisabeth, for giving a voice to some of the most intriguing pieces of the Museum of Veii.” —Iefke van Kampen, director, Museo dell’Agro Veientano, Formello (Rome)