The Mole (Jonathon Price Novels Book 3)

The Mole (Jonathon Price Novels Book 3)

William James Brad Poynter / Nov 18, 2019

The Mole Jonathon Price Novels Book Jonathon and Sophia are the victims of a well planned military style attack on their home in Monaco They manage to flee their home minutes before it is reduced to rubble and start looking for the pe

  • Title: The Mole (Jonathon Price Novels Book 3)
  • Author: William James Brad Poynter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Jonathon and Sophia are the victims of a well planned, military style attack on their home in Monaco They manage to flee their home minutes before it is reduced to rubble, and start looking for the person who planned the attack In the process, they discover a mole in the CIA, and that leads them to the perpetrator, an Italian crime boss who is attempting to put togetherJonathon and Sophia are the victims of a well planned, military style attack on their home in Monaco They manage to flee their home minutes before it is reduced to rubble, and start looking for the person who planned the attack In the process, they discover a mole in the CIA, and that leads them to the perpetrator, an Italian crime boss who is attempting to put together the largest, most powerful organization in the criminal world But finding this man is an extraordinarily complex task which leads to the largest drug cartels in the world, as well as a group of terrorists planning a nuclear attack on Moscow and Washington, DC The trail also leads to the world of human trafficking, and criminal activity of all kinds Jonathon finds that the entire effort is like peeling an onion Solving one puzzle leads not to a solution, but rather to another, complicated puzzle Join Jonathon and Sophia in the fight of their lives, in which they suffer betrayal, commit crimes and narrowly avoid incarceration.This is a wild ride.

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      • William James Brad Poynter

        William James January 11, 1842 August 26, 1910 was an American philosopher and psychologist who was also trained as a physician The first educator to offer a psychology course in the United States, James was one of the leading thinkers of the late nineteenth century and is believed by many to be one of the most influential philosophers the United States has ever produced, while others have labelled him the Father of American psychology Along with Charles Sanders Peirce and John Dewey, he is considered to be one of the greatest figures associated with the philosophical school known as pragmatism, and is also cited as one of the founders of the functional psychology He also developed the philosophical perspective known as radical empiricism James work has influenced intellectuals such as mile Durkheim, W E B Du Bois, Edmund Husserl, Bertrand Russell, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Hilary Putnam, and Richard Rorty.Born into a wealthy family, James was the son of the Swedenborgian theologian Henry James Sr and the brother of both the prominent novelist Henry James, and the diarist Alice James James wrote widely on many topics, including epistemology, education, metaphysics, psychology, religion, and mysticism Among his most influential books are Principles of Psychology, which was a groundbreaking text in the field of psychology, Essays in Radical Empiricism, an important text in philosophy, and The Varieties of Religious Experience, which investigated different forms of religious experience.William James was born at the Astor House in New York City He was the son of Henry James Sr a noted and independently wealthy Swedenborgian theologian well acquainted with the literary and intellectual elites of his day The intellectual brilliance of the James family milieu and the remarkable epistolary talents of several of its members have made them a subject of continuing interest to historians, biographers, and critics.James interacted with a wide array of writers and scholars throughout his life, including his godfather Ralph Waldo Emerson, his godson William James Sidis, as well as Charles Sanders Peirce, Bertrand Russell, Josiah Royce, Ernst Mach, John Dewey, Macedonio Fern ndez, Walter Lippmann, Mark Twain, Horatio Alger, Jr Henri Bergson and Sigmund Freud.William James received an eclectic trans Atlantic education, developing fluency in both German and French Education in the James household encouraged cosmopolitanism The family made two trips to Europe while William James was still a child, setting a pattern that resulted in thirteen European journeys during his life His early artistic bent led to an apprenticeship in the studio of William Morris Hunt in Newport, Rhode Island, but he switched in 1861 to scientific studies at the Lawrence Scientific School of Harvard University.In his early adulthood, James suffered from a variety of physical ailments, including those of the eyes, back, stomach, and skin He was also tone deaf He was subject to a variety of psychological symptoms which were diagnosed at the time as neurasthenia, and which included periods of depression during which he contemplated suicide for months on end Two younger brothers, Garth Wilkinson Wilky and Robertson Bob , fought in the Civil War The other three siblings William, Henry, and Alice James all suffered from periods of invalidism.He took up medical studies at Harvard Medical School in 1864 He took a break in the spring of 1865 to join naturalist Louis Agassiz on a scientific expedition up the River, but aborted his trip after eight months, as he suffered bouts of severe seasickness and mild smallpox His studies were interrupted once again due to illness in April 1867 He traveled to Germany in search of a cure and remained there until November 1868 at that time he was 26 years old During this period, he began to publish reviews of his works appeared in literary periodicals such as the North America


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