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In Oestend, the night can be deadly.

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How do you rest in peace when you're stuck between two worlds?

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What happens when your blind date is an alien, and it goes so very wrong?

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Dodging tazer-happy liberationists, her beloved daughter, goats, and a grumpy-hot tour guide, single mom Ava races Spain, hoping to find her missing father before itís too late.

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She has no time for a player, but is this cowboy the real thing?

Albert Eisele

Albert Eisele has been involved in journalism, government, academia and business for nearly four decades. Eisele, 67, was a Washington correspondent for the St. Paul Dispatch and Pioneer Press and Knight-Ridder before becoming press secretary to Vice President Walter F. Mondale. He later helped start the non-partisan Center for National Policy, was a Fellow of the Institute of Politics at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, and was assistant to William C. Norris, founder and Chairman of Control Data Corporation. In 1989, he founded Cornerstone Associates, an international consulting firm and literary agency that represents a number of fiction writers. The author of a dual biography of Hubert Humphrey and former Sen. Eugene McCarthy, he is writing a biography of the late Cardinal Richard Cushing of Boston. He is a native of Minnesota and a graduate of St. John's University in Collegeville, Minn., and completed two years of pre-medical studies at the University of Minnesota. He also served as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army and was a pitcher in the Cleveland Indians baseball organization.

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