Tsunami Connection

Mystery & Thrillers, General Fiction

By Michael Gallagher

Publisher : Michael Gallagher Press

ABOUT Michael Gallagher

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Michael Gallagher is an established author who began his writing journey with a gripping, post-cold-war espionage thriller: “Tsunami Connection”.  His strong-willed heroine Kefira delighted readers worldwide as she overcame enormous odds in preventing genocide and finding a way to tra More...


Ever wonder why people close to you behave the way they do? Kefira does.

Enlisted as a child and living out the vicarious dreams of her adoptive mother as a covert-ops sleeper, Kefira fights against a ticking clock. Flashbacks provide sanctuary from the political intrigue, adding depth to the real-to-life personalities of Kefira's team.

In her attempts to unravel the political intrigue behind world-threatening events, Kefira - the orphaned child of top-secret Mossad operatives killed by a bomber in Buenos Aires - confronts more than even her training can cope with, yet she intuits her way to disentangling multiple threads to plans for a chemical weapons attack on Israel in the making.

Kefira’s investigations expose not one but two world domination plots, including the machinations of a Russian oligarch’s greed and traces of a covert Chinese espionage plot to exploit mind control.

"Tsunami Connection" is an espionage thriller that’ll keep you awake at night. It combines intricately painted descriptions that reviewers say, “put a picture in your mind's eye," and the story of a determined thirty-something woman’s struggle to find her place in an inhospitable world.

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I was standing in front of a class of thoroughly engaged teenagers a few years ago when my career took an unlikely turn. One of my favorite students asked me about dancing the tango with my wife. I thought, Amazing! Maybe I can teach basic English as a second language by getting my students to learn some kind of line dancing tango steps. Who knows? There are lots of kids from Latin America in the class. It might work. Anything to remove those passive looks. I went on to push the desks out of the way and teach most of the curriculum for about a month while instructing basic tango classes in English. That led to people in the class wanting to put the lessons on the Internet, and one thing led to another before I moved to another school. The school director drew the line at Internet tango. Tango sparked up my professional life for a month and woke up a dormant desire in me to live a lifelong dream. I'd always wanted to write thrillers, and now I'd discovered that tango was a contagious passion. The trick remained finding a way to combine tango and espionage. Kefira, my ravishing sleeper agent in strapped black stilettos, came to life on the page and my dream started taking shape. I hope I was able to communicate two of my passions to you with the book you're holding in your hands, and that you've enjoyed reading it as much as I did writing it.

"A writer who puts a picture in your mind's eye."  Quoted from Boomercafe.com in the Books Section.

" I was particularly reminded of Daniel Silva when I read this book. I learned a lot from it and I was curious as to the author's background."  Quoted from PAY IT FORWARD PART 2 at Huffington Post Contributor Dianne Harman's Blog.