Lord of the silver bow is the first book in David Gemmell’s Troy series, which is more of an alternate history version of the Trojan war than it is a reimagining of the Iliad, which is how I frequently see the series portrayed.
Brief plot summary
Tensions are rising between the Greeks and Trojans.
Aeneas and Odysseus are close friends, despite being allied with opposing poweres. Aeneas is in love with Hector’s fiancée, Andromache. There’s a lot of complicated interpersonal relationship drama, coupled with the fact that the heroes on both sides of the conflict are basically pirates.
The actual plot is fairly convoluted and there are enough surprises that it’s hard to reveal much else here.