Paul Tors

Highlanders' Revenge by Paul Tors

In July 2016 I realised a lifelong dream and published a novel. I co-authored Highlanders' Revenge with my uncle, Paul Richman, under the pseudonym Paul Tors. My uncle has always been interested in military history, particularly the Second World War and I, also a history lover, have always wanted to write a book. So we combined our skills and three years later (and lots of researching, writing, editing and banging my forehead against the computer screen) we published Highlanders' Revenge with Matador.

This is hopefully the first in a series about our lead character, Mash.

You can purchase Highlanders' Revenge on Amazon or via the publisher.

You can find out more on our website or read the blurb below.

Highlanders' Revenge by Paul Tors

Highlanders’ Revenge combines a riotous story of battle and life during World War Two with an insight into the world of a little known, but fierce fighting unit; the 5th Camerons. This extraordinary unit saw action in most of the major battles in North Africa and Western Europe during World War Two. This fast-paced historical novel will appeal to fans of military fiction who also appreciate historical accuracy.
Highlanders’ Revenge tells the story of Mash, the nickname Highland soldiers give to an Englishman in their ranks. Scarred both from the retreat before the Blitzkrieg advance across France and from the murder of his first love, Mash has to integrate himself into a new section that is wary of the sullen and secretive ‘Mash Man’ – an outsider in their midst.
Together they journey to Egypt where they encounter a way of life that tests them to their limits. Scorched by day, frozen by night and plagued by insects, they have to learn how to live and fight in the desert as they prepare for one of the greatest battles of the Second World War. They are then cast into the thick of the fighting at El Alamein and the Allies’ tumultuous battle to break through the Axis defenses.

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