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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 The Healing Party Review : Micheline Lee's Exquisitely Rendered Debut Novel
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'As soon as she finished school, Natasha Chan ran away to Darwin. Eight years later, she is summoned back to Melbourne by her eldest sister, Anita. Natasha returns to the very street from which she had fled because her mother, Irene, is dying of cancer. For the next few months, she will try to build some kind of bridge to Irene, a woman with whom she has longed to be able to connect. ...'

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  • Includes portrait of Artist and debut writer Micheline Lee

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    y separately published work icon Brisbane Times 17 June 2016 9649802 2016 newspaper issue 2016
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