[Ebook] ➫ Woman on the Edge ➪ Samantha M. Bailey – Morefreeinfo.info

Woman on the Edge A Moment On The Platform Changes Two Lives Forever But Nothing Is As It Seems Take My Baby In A Split Second, Morgan S Life Changes Forever A Stranger Hands Her A Baby, Then Jumps In Front Of A TrainMorgan Has Never Seen The Woman Before And She Can T Understand What Would Cause A Person To Give Away Her Child And Take Her Own LifeWhen The Police Question Morgan, She Discovers None Of The Witnesses Can Corroborate Her Version Of Events And When They Learn Morgan Longs For A Baby Of Her Own, She Becomes A SuspectTo Prove Her Innocence, Morgan Frantically Tries To Retrace The Last Days Of The Woman S Life She Begins To Understand That Nicole Markham Believed She And Her Baby Were In Danger Now Morgan Might Be In Danger, TooWas Nicole A New Mother Struggling With Paranoia Or Was Something Much Darker Going On Pulse Pounding, Heartrending, Shocking, Thrilling This Is One Book You Won T Be Able To Stop Thinking About

About the Author: Samantha M. Bailey

Samantha M Bailey is a Toronto based novelist, freelance editor, and journalist who has written extensively for Now Magazine, Oxford University Press, and many other publications She is the co founder of BookBuzz, a promotional and interactive author event held in New York City and Toronto She holds a Master of Education in Applied Linguistics and credits that degree with her writing career

10 thoughts on “Woman on the Edge

  1. says:

    Four full of action, thrilling, anxious, riveting, oh boy this book really makes you face with your own inner demons stars When I see the title, I just started to visualize a woman is standing at the roof of the skyscraper This kind of suicidal act reminded me of two movie Jax Teller a.k.a Charlie Hunnam s Ledge and Sam Worthington s what s the problem with all those hot Brit guys to accept depressing suicidal guy roles Man on a ledge but instead of that we got a po

  2. says:

    2.5 Stars I wish to thank NetGalley and Simon Schuster for the ARC for Woman On the Edge in return for an honest review This was an intense psychological thriller and Samantha M Bailey s debut novel She displays talent in developing a compelling premise and a twisty plot I failed to empathize with the flawed characters with their past secrets, tragedies, and regrets As the twists developed, I found some of the reveals strained for credibility An underlying menace undermine

  3. says:

    One woman s struggles with motherhood and another s desperate desire to be a mother collide in this explosive and frenetic debut WOMAN ON THE EDGE is a white knuckle read that welcomes a bright new talent to the world of psychological suspense.

  4. says:

    Intriguing Nervous Breakdown Twisty Turny ExcitinguNexpected Suspect Stunning EmotionalSooooo this book was, as stated above, INTENSE I was pulled in and barely able to come up for breath from the very first chapter It s a perfectly paced thriller There wasn t a single moment where I had time to really think, This is what will happen next I also wasn t able to figure out whodunit until it was presented to me, which rarely happens for me with thrillers While I was able to figure out that

  5. says:

    Feverish, intense, and engrossing Woman on the Edge is a well crafted, gripping novel that takes you into the lives of Nicole Markham, a successful businesswoman who finds herself completely paralysed by fear and anxiety after the birth of her baby girl, Quinn, and Morgan Kincaid, a woman with her own traumatic past whose life is suddenly turned upside down when she finds herself a suspect in a crime she inadvertently becomes entangled in The writing is edgy and crisp The characters are vulner

  6. says:

    Woman On The Edge is the gripping,enthralling story of two emotionally flawed women who it seems fate has decided to throw together in a heart breaking,shocking encounter that results in one of them being dead and the other having to fight to prove that she is neither a child abductor or a murderer.Nicole Markham has a charmed life,she is beautiful,is CEO of her own clothing company,has a handsome loving husband and is the mother of a gorgeous seven week old daughter So what would make her want to co

  7. says:

    I loved this book I can t believe it was Samantha Bailey s debut novel Correction, her debut novel in this genre This book pulled me in right at the beginning and continued right through to the end A successful business woman, Nicole Markham, is struggling with her role as a new mother She s dealing with postpartum psychosis and extreme fear This part of the book really hit me, as I have had some hard times after the birth of my children Then you have Morgan Kincaid, a widow who is dealing with her desire t

  8. says:

    Exhilarating and evocative with a palpable sense of tension throughout, Woman on the Edge had me gripped from the very first page This is one of those books that effortlessly ticks all the boxes wonderful word building, realistic characters and a gripping plot that made me keep flipping the pages.On a platform in Chicago, Morgan s life is changed forever when a stranger hands her a baby, then jumps in front of an oncoming train But Morgan quickly becomes entwined with the story when she becomes a suspect.Woman On

  9. says:

    Woman on the Edge opens with an ingenious setup a woman on the subway hands her baby to a total stranger, then jumps in front of an oncoming train But were they really strangers, and did she really jump Suspicions swirl in this propulsive debut, and the truth is revealed in twisty, page turning increments that culminate in a whopper of an ending A clever and addictive read from a bright new talent.

  10. says:

    4.5 STARS This compelling and intriguing premise will snag readers from the get go A woman suddenly hands her baby to an unsuspecting woman, seconds before she jumps in front of the train Say wha This emotional and shocking scene is just the start of the suspenseful and impressive debut novel of Canadian author Samantha M Bailey.Within her a compulsive and twisty plot, Bailey incorporates the struggles of new motherhood, mental illness with believably flawed, yet resilient female characters which culminate into an intense and s

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