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Ernesto Morales Alpízar was born in Bejucal, Havana, Cuba. He studied lyrics, music and languages.  In Cuba he received three national literary prizes for the genres of novels and police stories: "Unexpected profession", "7 police variations" and "Respectable activities".


In the 1990s in the United States, he won three advertising awards and nominations in the prestigious "Achievement in Radio" of South Florida.


He is a journalist, translator, columnist, radio and TV producer, and columnist for

“EnUSA Newspaper”.


He has several books published in the United States: "File of an emigrant" (1999), "Terror in Miami" (2000), "Kidnapping" (2002), "The day of the hurricane" (2003), "The illegal" (2005 ) and "The candidate's son" (2010), and more recently "Cita con una Desconocida". All available on the Internet pages dedicated to the sale of books.

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