The Oseberg ship, unearthed from a hill in Norway in 1904, dumbfounded archeologists because it contained the grave of a woman. Historians had assumed that the Viking world -- and certainly Viking ships -- were ruled by men.
A historical novel based on the excavation, "The Ship in the Hill" tells the story of two women struggling with power and love: Dr. Kirstin Williams, an American archeologist unearthing the ship in 1904, and Asa of Agthir, the Viking queen who sailed it a thousand years before.
Ty the author of "A Deeper Wild" and "The Case of D.B. Cooper's Parachute," this carefully researched novel delves deep into the mindset and myths of the Viking Age -- and mysteries that have lingered into our own age.
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About the Author
Sullivan is known in the American West as the author who backpacked more than a thousand miles across Oregon’s wilderness in 1985. His journal of that adventure, "Listening for Coyote," has since been chosen one of Oregon’s "100 Books," the most significant books in Oregon history. In summer he writes at the log cabin that he and his wife Janell Sorensen built by hand in the wilds of Oregon’s Coast Range, more than a mile from roads, electricity, and telephones. The story of that cabin retreat is the subject of his other adventure memoir, "Cabin Fever." The rest of the year they live in Eugene, Oregon, where he volunteers to promote libraries and literature.