Daniel Molitor is a writer whose novels and stories combine the mysteries of the past with contemporary adventures set in some of the most exotic locations around the world. Much of his work takes readers on imaginative "mind treks" to faraway lands and distant times. He's traveled extensively through Egypt and the Mediterranean, and visited most of the historic sites and awe-inspiring locations readers discover in his books.
Because he appreciates the "romance of ruins," archaeology and the men and women who reconnect us with the past are often integral to his intriguing plot lines.
Molitor lives in Pasadena, California, although he'd rather be on his favorite Greek island (no, he's not telling which one), sitting outside a quiet tavérna in the shade of a plane tree, sipping an oúzo and scribbling notes for his next story.