Author Page
To Author Index
Back to Last Page
Colin Bateman

Colin Bateman was born in Newtownards, Co.Down, Northern Ireland in June 1962. Moving to Bangor he attended attended Ballyholme Primary School and then Bangor Grammar School..

For many years he was the deputy editor of the County Down Spectator. He received a Northern Ireland press award for his weekly satirical column, and a Journalist's Fellowship to Oxford University. His first novel, Divorcing Jack, won the Betty Trask Prize in 1994.

Books by Colin Bateman Links
Nine Inches (2011)
Dr. Yes (2010)
The Day of the Jack Russell (2009)
Mystery Man (2009)
Orpheus Rising (2008)
I Predict a Riot (2007)
Belfast Confidential (2005)
Murphy's Revenge (2005)
Driving Big Davie (2004)
Chapter and Verse (2003)
Horse with my Name (2003)
Murphy's Law (2002)
Wild About Harry (2001)
Mohammed Maguire (2001)
Shooting Sean (2001)
Turbulent Priests (1999)
Maid of the Mist (1999)
Empire State (1997)
Of Wee Sweetie Mice and Men (1996)
Cycle of Violence (1995)
Divorcing Jack (1995)

Children's Titles:
Tusk (SOS Adventure) (2011)
Fire Storm (SOS Adventure) (2010)
Ice Quake (SOS Adventure) (2010)
Titanic 2020: Cannibal City (2008)
Titanic 2020 (2007)
The Seagulls have Landed (2005)
Bring me the head of Oliver Plunkett (2004)
Reservoir Pups (2003)
Keeping Author Pages up-to-date with current publications and biographical information is a time consuming exercise and as such this page may not contain the most recent releases or author details. To confirm the latest available information please visit one of the following websites.

Author's Website:

Author’s Page on Amazon:
where you will be able to see an up-to-date bibliography.

Author’s Page on Wikipedia:
which will give you a more detailed biography for the author.

Other Useful Sites of Interest: - Colin Bateman's Blog
Column Ends