Sunday Times bestselling author Vernon Coleman has written over 100 books which have sold over two million copies in the UK alone.
His UK publishers include: PAN, Penguin, Corgi, Arrow, Star, Mandarin, Macmillan, Century, Thames and Hudson, and Sidgwick and Jackson. His books have been translated into 25 languages and sell in over 50 countries.
His novels include Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War (which has been turned into a film starring Pauline Collins, Peter Capaldi and John Alderton), Mrs Caldicot's Knickerbocker Glory, The Man Who Inherited a Golf Course, The Village Cricket Tour, Deadline, Paris in my Springtime and It's Never Too Late?
His medical bestsellers include Bodypower, Mindpower, Food for Thought, How To Stop Your Doctor Killing You, Superbody and Coleman's Laws. The global bestseller Bodypower was voted one of the top 100 books by British readers.
He has also written The 100 Greatest Englishmen and Englishwomen and the Bilbury series of books along with a series of diaries which started with The Diary of a Disgruntled Man. All are available as ebooks on Amazon.
Many of Vernon Coleman's books have been in bestseller lists around the world. Early Top Ten bestsellers included Bodypower (Sunday Times 3.4.83), (Daily Mail 18.3.83), (Bookseller 16.4.83) and Life Without Tranquilisers (Sunday Times 24.3.85).
Vernon Coleman's books have been serialised in newspapers and magazines all over the world and many have been turned into television and radio series. He was the Television Doctor on British television and the first agony uncle on the BBC.
Dr Coleman is a general practitioner principal and a former Professor of Holistic Medical Sciences at the International Open University in Sri Lanka. He has an honorary DSc. He has given evidence to the House of Commons and the House of Lords in the UK.
Britain's leading health care campaigner
Dr Vernon Coleman is one of our most enlightened, trenchant and sensible dispensers of medical advice.
Sharpest mind in medical journalism.
His message is important.
King of the media docs.
Perhaps the best known health writer in the world today
Probably one of the most brilliant men alive.
The patient's champion.
Britain's leading medical author.
An articulate and prolific medical author.
He writes lucidly and wittily.
Coleman is a very funny writer.
Marvellously succinct, refreshingly sensible.
The doctor who dares to speak his mind.
It's impossible not to be impressed.
His advice is optimistic and enthusiastic.
He's the Lone Ranger, Robin Hood and the Equalizer rolled into one.
Vernon Coleman writes brilliant books.
...no thinking person can ignore him. This is why he has been for over 20 years one of the world's leading advocates on human and animal rights in relation to health. Long may it continue!
The man is a national treasure
The revered guru of medicine
Gentle, kind and caring
His trademark is that he doesn't mince his words. Far funnier than the usual tone of soupy piety you get from his colleagues
I would much rather spend an evening in his company than be trapped for five minutes in a radio commentary box with Mr Geoffrey Boycott
Dr Coleman is one of our most enlightened, trenchant and sensitive dispensers of medical advice