Henry C. G. Cropsey is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Trinity College, Hartford, CT (1982) with a major in History. He attended the University of Connecticut School of Law (Cum Laude 1986) and has practiced law in western Massachusetts for over twenty five years. He is the father of three sons and lives in Longmeadow, Massachusetts with his wife Melinda. Henry has enjoyed a life long fascination with ancient history. He is an avid reader of historical fiction and his other interests include hiking and playing the bagpipes.
The Trojan War is in its eighth year. Sarpedon King of Lykia leads its defense as Priam is too old to fight and his eldest son Hektor too inexperienced. Together the brave Sarpedon and the wily Priam have forged a motley alliance capable of holding out against the overwhelming might of Agamemnon’s armada. Agamemnon, though, is secretly implementing a new strategy to bring the City to its knees.