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Aubrey McKee

Aubrey McKee is a novel by Alex Pugsley.

Alex Pugsley

First in a series of five autobiographical novels, Aubrey McKee is a coming-of-age story for the '80s generation.

A novel comprised of connected short stories about a boy coming of age in 1970-80s Halifax, Aubrey McKee is the first in a five-part series of autobiographical novels. The second novel, The Education of Aubrey McKee, concerning the narrator's arrival in Toronto as a young man, is forthcoming from Biblioasis. (From Biblioasis)

Aubrey McKee is available in April 2020.

Pugsley is a filmmaker and writer from Nova Scotia. He is the co-author of the novel Kay Darling.

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