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  • Brilliant

    I was hooked from the first chapter of this book and didn’t want it to end. I never expected things to turn out the way they did and never suspected the best friend to be the villain full of twists and turns highly recommend

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  • Good title

    Engaging and entertaining thriller with well drawn characters and a fast paced storyline.

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  • An Ingenious Début

    If your favoured reading material is a novel with a good sprinkling of shocks, thrills, darkness, danger, paranoia, suspense, secrets, drama and regrets then feel at liberty to read Samantha M. Bailey's début offering - Woman on the Edge. Psychological thrillers do not come any more exciting and heartbreaking than Woman on the Edge which was an intense, sad and nerve-twisting exploration of a shocking incident and series of events. It disturbed, scared and beguiled me as nothing was quite what it seemed. Two women's worlds collide on a train station platform. Nicole Markham leads a charmed life, is CEO of her own clothing company and has a gorgeous husband. She is also mum to her lovely seven-week-old daughter. Before jumping in front of a train she hands her baby daughter to Morgan Kincaid. So why would Nicole want to commit suicide? Troubled Morgan is a social worker and longs for a baby of her own. When the police question Morgan, none of the witnesses can corroborate her version of events so she becomes a suspect. The story was told in a succession of short, snappy, alternating chapters and each word was convincing, conveying the right emotions and it worked excellently in retaining my interest in the story. I was never bored but instead, was lured ever deeper into this compelling tale. The character development and the general dynamics were both authentic and believable. Nothing was what it seemed and the writing really flowed in this wonderfully crafted, chilling tale. Whilst Nicole and Morgan were both likeable though unreliable as narrators, most of the other characters were extremely unpersonable, but this only added more dimension to the story. Ingenious, complex and packed full of twists, the ending was hugely fulfilling, For me, Woman on the Edge was worthwhile, clever and something a little different. Overall, I'd say that this novel is a little gem and a book that I'm so pleased to have read. Samantha M. Bailey may well become one of my favourite authors in this genre. I received a complimentary digital copy of this novel, at my own request, from Headline via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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