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Tsunami Connection: A High-Octane Technothriller (The Kefira Mossad Series Book 1)


  • Michael James Gallagher


  • Political
  • Espionage
  • Terrorism
  • Military
  • Russian
  • Jewish
  • Biological & Chemical
  • Uniforms
  • Special Forces
  • Transportation
“Written in snappy chapters, and alternating between fast-paced action and a reflective tone that facilitates character development, the book is well balanced.” — U.P.
“I especially liked the way the characters seemed to be real people, not super spies.” — W.R.
“The Clancy influence is there, but Gallagher is a little more willing to get his hands dirty in the action.” — P.E.

Vengeance spurs an agent’s actions.

A Special Forces Group Leader loses half her team. She crawls next to the bomber. The jihadi utters a secret.

Will she find the chemical weapons cache?

Will she fathom the global web of deceit before it is too late?

If you like Daniel Silva, you will love Tsunami Connection.

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What made you start writing an espionage technothriller series?

When I look for a read, I love espionage and techno-thrillers, but I don’t often find them in one book. Intel is selling Qubit chips and post-Cold War reality just …came in from the cold, again. I thought it would be fun to write a book and a series that I would love to read.

Where did you get the idea for your first Kindle book?

The books I love challenge the boundaries of the normal world. When I heard about the Boxing Day Tsunami, I felt the pain of the families of the victims. I also thought about the possibility that Mister Bin Laden might have been hiding in Indonesia. The tsunami as a weapon of mass destruction was born in my mind. In Tsunami Connection I wanted to explore how an ordinary woman and a spy would stop an existential threat to her country.

What type of reader would enjoy your brand of technothriller?

My writing tends to be plot-driven, but Dialog that drives the story forward and reveals people growing more real in every scene wrapped up in all-encompassing technology give me a buzz. I think I get that from my love of Matthew Mather. Readers who enjoy startling but believable technology humanized by the intervention of normal people will like Tsunami Connection. References to the Boxing Day Tsunami are made respectfully. My thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victims.