The Revenge of Tirpitz

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The Revenge of Tirpitz

M. L. Sloan

TWO BOYS. TWO COUNTRIES. ONE MISSION.

Norway 1944

When Erik strikes up an unlikely friendship with German Radar operator, Hans, the pair soon become involved in a race against time to help destroy the Nazi warship, Tirpitz.

Will their secret mission succeed?

Shetland 2014

Finn’s great-grandfather receives a letter threatening the “revenge of Tirpitz”. They escape on a fishing boat, making the perilous journey to Norway, where they realise that facing up to the past puts their future in danger…

We know what you did.

We know where you are.

Tirpitz will have her revenge.

 

‘Spies, ships, and Nazi gold in a fast-paced and thrilling action-packed adventure across the generations. A fantastic tale of courage and determination in the face of evil.’

John K. Fulton

Author of The Wreck of the Argyll and The Beast on the Broch

Winner of the Great War Dundee Children’s Book Prize

 

Children’s Historical Fiction /Young Adult Historical Fiction

Publication Date: 24th August 2016
Pre-order from: 24th July 2016
Paperback: 978-1-911279-06-8
E-book available on all platforms
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2 Comments

  1. […] The Revenge of Tirpitz, by M.L. Sloan, is a thrilling action-packed WWII adventure across the generations, featuring spies, ships, and Nazi gold. […]

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  2. Alan MacIver

    The Revenge of Tirpitz, by M.L. Sloan interweaves two story lines from decades apart. Brilliantly told story of derring-do in WWII Norway with ramifications that reach down to the present day. Impressively detailed without hindering the rising tension as the tale unfolds. Excellent read. Thoroughly enjoyed it.

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