Margaret Drury Gane

Margaret Drury Gane

Margaret Drury Gane is a writer who grew up in Toronto in the same locale as the setting of her novel, Parade on an Empty Street. Her short stories and feature articles on a wide variety of subjects have been published in several magazines, including ChatelaineSaturday Night and Weekend, and she was a contributing editor at Weekend until 1977. She lives in Toronto with her husband and four children.

Titles by Margaret Drury Gane

Parade on an Empty Street

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13 May 2019

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