Imagine the United States after a nuclear explosion has destroyed the government. American Mole: The Cartel is the second novel in a trilogy following Jason Forsythe in service to the US. Jason vacations to Central America only to be caught in the web of the evil ES 17 cartel lord, Iggy Sanchez, who wants to go straight by putting his sons in the presidency. Jason's dilemma is how to prevent the evil plan from happening... See also- American Mole: The Vespers by Ronald W. Hull
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About the Author
Ronald W. Hull is the author of five novels of science fiction and adventure, two short story books, and his autobiography. An educator and engineer, Dr. Hull spent 40 years in higher education. He is quadriplegic, paralyzed 52 years. Ron resides in Houston, Texas with his longtime companion, Beh.
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American Mole: The Cartel based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Travis McGee, of John D. MacDonald’s best-selling series, used to be my favorite character to read. Now, Jason Forsythe (a.k.a. JJ Olson) of Ronald Hull’s “American Mole” series is my favorite. I hadn’t pulled an all-nighter in quite some time for any reason—until now. I’m taking a while to recover from the two back-to-back all-nighters I spent reading “The Cartel.” It’s a good thing I had no other commitments during those two days because I couldn’t stop myself—even if I had wanted to. I struggled with myself while reading “The Cartel” episode of American Mole. Part of me wanted to read faster and faster to learn how JJ fared in his bold endeavor to buy the cursed Dead Man’s Island and in his even more bold efforts to topple the notoriously evil Sanchez family. Another part of me braked to linger in JJ’s heart-thumping adventures and hearteningly torrid romances. Whether it was exploring Dead Man’s Island off the coast of Costa Rica, or delivering obscene amounts of cash to the bank at Grand Cayman Island, or leveraging the power-brokers in New Washington, or hobnobbing with the extravagantly rich of Wall Street, I was there amidst the impeccably illustrated details. Dr. Hull’s suspense-filled, realistic story-telling is masterful. I will be eagerly anticipating my next adventure with Jason. Scott D. Zachary Author / Medical Missionary
A great read offering excellent insights into the Mexican culture. Hull captures Mexico they way Ludlum captures Europe in The Bourne Identity. Well defined characters and superb writing keep the story flowing toward everyone’s dream in life, to own their own island. Erotic and playful, with sex scenes crafted in the manner of a Tom Robbins novel, it allows the reader to use his/her own imagination. A standalone book within a series, I highly recommend The Cartel.