Review

Berndt Sellheim's The Fatal Dance is a literary love letter to east coast of Australia

By Frank O'Shea
February 4 2022 - 1:00pm
  • The Fatal Dance, by Berndt Sellheim. HarperCollins, $32.99.

Redmond is a Sydney real estate agent. His wife Bea is beginning a prison stint following a road accident in which a person was killed. They look after Bea's sister Lori, who has Huntington's disease. Then there is Lori's son Mada (that's Adam backwards) who is doing his PhD, supervised by Paula, both involved in research into Huntington's.

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