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Mike McQuay

Mike McQuay
Born Michael Dennis McQuay
(1949-06-03)3 June 1949
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Died 27 May 1995(1995-05-27) (aged 45)[1]
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States[2]
Pen name Jack Arnett
Occupation Novelist
Genre Science fiction

Michael Dennis McQuay (1949–1995) was an American Isaac Asimov's Robot City novels. His non-series novel Memories was nominated for a Philip K. Dick Award for 1987.

Non-series novels

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  1. ^ http://www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/mcquay_mike\
  2. ^ http://newsok.com/heart-attack-claims-writer-mike-mcquay/article/2504222
  3. ^ The New York Times

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