Al was born in 1934 on the outskirts of Cologne Germany and educated in the art of apparel manufacturing. He worked until 1956 in his father's business. In November 1956, he immigrated to the USA with his parents and younger brother. Drafted thirteen months later, he served in the US Army for two years, two years in the Army Reserve, and two years on stand- by. While stationed in Germany he met his wife. After his discharge from the Army, he became the manager of Brooks-Van Horn's manufacturing department in Philadelphia, a Theatrical costume company serving the entertainment industry. During his ten year-tenure, he worked on many challenging projects such as 'Holiday on Ice', 'Hello Dolly', the Philadelphia Mummers, historical reproductions for the Marine Corps, the Smithsonian Institute, and wax museums. During his fifty-year career, he served as Corporate Senior Vice President for Liz Claiborne Inc and retired as Corporate Vice President from the Spiegel Group in 1998. His extensive travel during his 50-year career took him around the world to all five continents. His travels gained him a deep understanding of the world's cultures as well as their trials and tribulations. This, combined with his experience growing up in a war-torn country during World War II, and his military service, compelled him to turn to writing after his retirement. He resides in New Jersey with his wife of fifty-seven years were they enjoy their children and three grandchildren. Now he writes and is the author of several published books.
About ENEMY TERRITORY
President Tanner of the USA forms a team to investigate the conspiracies of a confederation of totalitarian governments, set to change the world order and become the global rulers.
The president's team consist of the secretary of state, the CIA, FDI, and the military. He picks the CIA deputy director, Captain McDonald, a former Seal Commander as the planner, organizer, and executer of the final mission to destabilize the frightful alliance.