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Daniel Grotta

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Over the years, I’ve worn many different hats, though the hair under the hats has diminished and greyed. Photojournalist, war correspondent, investigative reporter, biographer, feature writer, book editor, book reviewer, technology journalist and consultant, ambulance driver and relief worker. … and novelist. It’s been quite a ride, but the adventure is just beginning. (My bio is online at www.Grotta.net). I’m married to the writer/photographer Sally Wiener Grotta, and we live with Watson, our Golden Retriever, and his two cats, Rascal and Diva, in the Pennsylvania Pocono Mountains.

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