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Peter Tonkin


(Peter Francis Tonkin)
(b.1950)

Peter Tonkin was born in Ulster, son of an RAF officer. He spent much of his youth travelling the world from one posting to another. He went to school at Portora Royal, Enniskillen and Palmer's, Grays. He sang, acted, and published poetry, winning the Jan Palac Memorial Prize in 1968. He studied English with Seamus Heaney at Queen's Belfast. In his year were Paul Muldoon, Bernard MacLaverty and Ciaran Hinds.

Genres: Thriller, Historical Mystery, Historical
 
Series
Richard Mariner
   1. The Coffin Ship (1989)
   2. The Fire Ship (1990)
   3. The Leper Ship (1992)
   4. The Bomb Ship (1993)
   5. Iceberg (1994)
   6. The Pirate Ship (1995)
   7. Meltdown (1996)
   8. Tiger Island (1997)
   9. Hell Gate (1998)
   10. Powerdown (1999)
   11. High Water (2000)
   12. Thunder Bay (2001)
   13. Titan 10 (2004)
   14. Wolf Rock (2005)
   15. Resolution Burning (2006)
   16. Cape Farewell (2006)
   17. The Ship Breakers (2007)
   18. High Wind in Java (2007)
   19. Benin Light (2008)
   20. River of Ghosts (2009)
   21. Volcano Roads (2009)
   22. The Prison Ship (2010)
   23. The Red River (2010)
   24. Ice Station (2011)
   25. Dark Heart (2012)
   26. Dead Sea (2012)
   27. Black Pearl (2013)
   28. Deadly Impact (2014)
   29. Mariner's Ark (2015)
   30. Blind Reef (2015)
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