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Thomas Toughill

Thomas Toughill has labored in a whisky distillery, been an intelligence office in Hong Kong, and a bodyguard for Henry Kissinger and Richard Nixon. A graduate of Glasgow University in history and German, and a former infantry officer in a Scottish Regiment, he now lives in the Mediterranean with his wife and family. His first book, Oscar Slater: The Mystery Solved, was published in 1993. It is an exposé of how a German Jew, often called the Scottish equivalent of Alfred Dreyfus, was framed by the British authorities for murder. The book forms part of the law course at Edinburgh University.

Books by Thomas Toughill :

A World to Gain

The Battle for Global Domination and Why America Entered WWII