Phillip Goodhouse by J.R. Roland

Phillip Goodhouse

byJ.R. Roland

Kobo ebook | November 6, 2011

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CIA agent Henry Wilson was given an impossible task. Find a remote viewer to spy on the Russians. They had theirs we needed ours. He was searching in Brazil, the land of miracle healers, psychics and charlatans when he stumbled upon two boys performing a mind blowing street magic show. As he watched in amazement he found who he was looking for, Phillip Goodhouse and recruited him on the spot. At Phillip’s insistence he’s forced to bring along Phillip’s streetwise gambler sidekick Gilberto. He settles the boys into quarters at Langley and Phillip tests off the charts. In no time at all Phillip had fallen madly in love with Ava the Director’s daughter and Gilberto had discovered a mafia run poker room in New York. Phillip is hurled into a world of secrets and when Ava is brutally murdered by a crazed religious fanatic he learns that she had infiltrated the Disciples of Clement. They are cult of religious fanatics who cleanse and purify with torture and they have invaded our government. Phillip goes into action to investigate and find the truth but he’s stopped by his boss Henry Wilson who has been forced to join or be replaced by one of their own. Phillip’s hope is kept alive as he learns that Ava has reincarnated and is living in Las Vegas with her new family. When Phillip retires there all hell breals loose as he begins to gift the locas turning degenerate gamblers into winners and hopeless degenerates into stars. It's all for the money and his dream of creating the ultimate spy machine. His old boss is called back into action as he has to turn Phillip's world upside down to stop him.
Title:Phillip GoodhouseFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 6, 2011Publisher:J.R. RolandLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1452483612

ISBN - 13:9781452483610

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