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American Mole: The Vespers
by Ronald W. Hull   

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Publisher:  BookLocker.com ISBN-10:  1601455143 Type: 
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300

Copyright:  May 21, 2008 ISBN-13:  9781601455147
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A parallel sequel to War's End, the first of three novels that follow the journey of Jason Forsythe as he seeks out evil and destroys it. With each mission his experience grows, and he finally comes to terms with the greatest tragedy of the 21st Century.

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American Mole: The Vespers is a sequel to War’s End. The story opens with the unthinkable destroying Washington, D.C. and the government with it. Jason Forsythe feels it firsthand, first from the violent end of his physics class and high school life, and then the loss of his sister and parents. Ordered to leave his family home, Jason sets out for his grandmother’s home in the Virginia Mountains. He finds sanctuary and solace there but has lost his plans for college. Jason’s Uncle, Colonel James Forsythe, survives in a bunker under the Pentagon. The new President puts the Colonel in charge of an elite corps of moles to undermine and destroy terrorists, fringe groups, and cults, worldwide. Jason’s Uncle violates the rules to allow Jason in. After an Ivy League education and advanced military training, he is dropped into the world to pick his target, seek it out, and destroy. Thousands join him. Jason goes to Chicago without identification and becomes someone else. Later, in Wisconsin, he infiltrates a Roman Catholic cult of diabolical proportions with connection to the DC experience. With the help of intuition, determination and good fortune, Jason defeats his worst adversary while he still has years to serve. Jason’s on his way to Central America and years to go before he finds out the truth about his family….     

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“Longray was sick of Hector’s bellyaching. 'You might as well shut up and get busy. There ain’t no cameras or bugs here to see you diss him. I know you want ta be boss of the world, but you won't get there by pissing and moaning. I seen enough Godfather movies to know that if you suck up and do enough of the dirty for him you will rise high in the organization. It's all about fear. If you can rise above your own fear and do it—like he does—then everyone will fear you. Once they fear you, they're powerless to do anything to you. I love it. Don't you?'”

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AGreat Action Story with a Chilling Kernel
By Dani Cavallaro
Format:Paperback
On one level, this is a cracking adventure yarn to rival any of Ian Fleming's, featuring nasty gizmos, exotic locations, more graphic sex than James Bond ever manages, and a deadly quest by hero JJ Olson to bring down the Baddest Of The Bad Guys who is seeking world domination beneath the cover of Roman Catholic ministry.
At a deeper level, however, the story is an allegory betraying a profound concern for the future of a post-9/11 United States in which politicians are failing to grasp the nettle of international terrorism and radical sects are running out of control threatening to destroy the most cherished American values. These and the wonders of the natural environment Ron Hull describes with compassion and a haunting nostalgia.
The book is meticulously researched, carefully crafted and engagingly written, although there are times the reader might wish for a slightly crisper pace. That said, however, it is easy to envisage the two sequels Dr. Hull is planning -- there must be plenty more villains out there to grapple with. A great read, Ron!



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Reviewed by Paddy Bostock 10/8/2012
On one level, this is a cracking adventure yarn to rival any of Ian Fleming's, featuring nasty gizmos, exotic locations, more graphic sex than James Bond ever manages, and a deadly quest by hero JJ Olson to bring down the Baddest Of The Bad Guys who is seeking world domination beneath the cover of Roman Catholic ministry.
At a deeper level, however, the story is an allegory betraying a profound concern for the future of a post-9/11 United States in which politicians are failing to grasp the nettle of international terrorism and radical sects are running out of control threatening to destroy the most cherished American values. These and the wonders of the natural environment Ron Hull describes with compassion and a haunting nostalgia.
The book is meticulously researched, carefully crafted and engagingly written, although there are times the reader might wish for a slightly crisper pace. That said, however, it is easy to envisage the two sequels Dr. Hull is planning — there must be plenty more villains out there to grapple with. A great read, Ron!
Reviewed by Jon Willey 6/1/2008
Ron, congratulations on the new book. I will be looking for a copy to purchase. God bless. JMW

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