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A violent workplace attack nearly 30 years ago left Wendy Davis with trauma that has permeated her entire life. The police investigation at the time was woefully inadequate and Wendy found herself virtually ignored while the perpetrator faced only relatively minor consequences. Despite being plagued by anger and guilt, Wendy tried to bury the incident and move on with her life. The experience resurfaced when Wendy was contacted by police in 2016 in relation to the investigation surrounding the Claremont serial killer, Bradley Edwards, the man who had attacked her. Don't Make a Fuss: It's only the Claremont Serial Killer is a memoir no woman should have to write – a remarkable story of survival and a reflection on the aftermath of violence. In this episode Gregory Dobbs talks to Wendy Davis about losing her voice and living with trauma, being drawn into the sinister world of a serial killer, and how speaking up and writing her memoir has helped her come to terms with a terrifying experience.