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See What You Made Me Do: why it’s time to focus on the perpetrator when tackling domestic violence

You will not sleep if you read Jess Hill’s new book.

Nobody should.

  • Camilla Nelson
  • The Conversation

Anybody familiar with Hill’s work as an investigative journalist will have seen her Walkley Award-winning reports on family and domestic violence, including blistering interviews with women and child survivors.

Four years of intensive journalistic investigation have produced See What You Made Me Do, a book that vividly conjures the scale of the problem with fresh terror.

It brings together stories of domestic violence and survival from all walks of life – from the affluent neighbourhoods of Sydney’s Bible Belt where “the…

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