Elizabeth Letts is the bestselling author of both historical fiction and non-fiction. Currently in development for a feature film at MGM Studios, The Eighty-Dollar Champion was a #1 New York Times Bestseller, 2011 Indie Next Pick, Goodreads Reader’s Choice Finalist and winner of the 2012 Daniel P Lenehan Award for Media Excellence. Her second work of non-fiction, The Perfect Horse, was also a New York Times bestseller, #1 Wall Street Journal Bestseller, the winner of the 2017 Pen USA Literary Award for Research Nonfiction and will be published in a young reader edition in February 2019. Her latest novel, Finding Dorothy, will be published in February 2019. Her previous works include two novels, Quality of Care and Family Planning, and an award-winning children’s book, The Butter Man. A graduate of Yale College and the Yale School of Nursing, she is a passionate equestrian, a former certified nurse-midwife, and a returned Peace Corps who served in Morocco. She lives in Southern California and Northern Michigan.