PLEASE DON’T LEAVE ME HERE review by Meg Dunley

Meg Dunley

Please Don't Leave Me Here by Tania Chandler

I’m so proud of my mate Tania Chandler. She has just launched her debut novel, Please Don’t Leave Me Here.

Tania is one of the most disciplined and critical writers I know. I met her two years ago when she was still studying at RMIT. She said to me then that she was on her ninth draft of her manuscript and that she rose at 5am every day to write before the family got up (I know! 5am!) Two years later, and however many drafts later it is in print, and is a wonderfully compelling novel.

Please Don’t Leave Me Here is a psychological thriller that can confidently sit alongside Gone Girl, and Girl on the Train. The protagonist, Brigitte, is a great unreliable narrator. The novel begins with Brigitte in 2008 as a mother and wife. She is married to Sam, a detective who was…

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