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Colin Bateman was born in Northern Ireland in 1962 and educated at Bangor Grammar School before joining the County Down Spectator, where he was deputy editor for many years. He left in 1996 to become a full-time writer. In 1990 he received a Journalist's Fellowship to Oxford University for his reports from Uganda and won a Northern Ireland Press Award for his weekly satirical column. He was awarded the Betty Trask Prize in 1994.
Divorcing Jack: 'As sharp as a pint of snake-bite... Richly paranoid and very funny' Sunday Times Cycle of Violence: 'Fast-paced, very black and very funny. Roddy Doyle meets Carl Hiaasen' Independent on Sunday Of Wee Sweetie Mice and Men: 'Fast, furious, riotously funny, and at the end, never a dry eye in the house' Mail on Sunday Empire State: 'Bateman on epic form in gloriously over-the-top saga' Daily Telegraph