Hugh Drysdale, thirtyish, appears to have it made. An ambitious account manager with a Sydney advertising agency, he seems poised for a dazzling career. Confident of future success, he has installed his wife and son in a palatial house by the sea – with a palatial mortgage to show for it.
Peter Barry: We All Fall Down
We All Fall Down
by Peter Barry
Transit Lounge, $29.95 pb, 336 pp, 9781921924187
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Denise O’Dea works as a book editor and lives in Melbourne.
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