Eoin McNamee

Eoin McNamee was born in Kilkeel, County Down, in 1961. He was educated in various schools in the North of Ireland and at Trinity College, Dublin. His first book, the novella The Last of Deeds, was shortlisted for the Irish Times Literature Prize and his novels include Resurrection Man, which was later made into a film, and The Blue Tango which was longlisted for the Booker Prize. He lives in Sligo.

Books by Eoin McNamee

August 1997. As the century grinds to a close Diana Spencer and her Egyptian lover are to visit Paris. According to some accounts they will become engaged. According to some ...

Blue is the Night is an extraordinary novel of ghosts, murder, guilt, madness and corruption.

April 1949 and a young woman is murdered. Attorney General Lance Curran wants to take ...

January 1961, and the beaten, stabbed and strangled body of a nineteen-year-old Pearl Gambol is discovered, after a dance the previous night at the Newry Orange Hall. Returning from London ...

Victor Kelly is the resurrection man, a violent and ruthless Protestant killer roaming the streets of Belfast in the 1970s. In this, his brilliant and shocking debut novel, Eoin McNamee ...

'At 2.20am in the morning of the 13th November 1952 the body of 19 year old Patricia Curran was carried into the surgery belonging to the family doctor. At ...

Taking his cue from the true-life story of Special Forces Operative Captain Robert Nairac, Eoin McNamee has in The Ultras weaved a compelling fictional narrative through the backwaters of history ...

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