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  • A suspenseful mystery

    Woman on the Edge by Samantha M. Bailey is a suspenseful mystery novel. Morgan Kincaid is surprised when a woman comes up to her on the subway platform and gives her the baby she is carrying. She says that she has been watching Morgan. She asks her to love the baby and not let anyone hurt her. The woman then jumps in front of the incoming train. Unfortunately, no one can verify Morgan’s account of the events. Detective Martinez focuses on Morgan as the prime suspect. She wonders if Morgan pushed Nicole for her baby. Morgan and Detective Martinez have history. Morgan soon notices that someone has been in her apartment and they have only stolen one item. She then notices someone following her. Morgan wonders if she is being paranoid or if someone is trying to kill her? Morgan wants answers and is not willing to wait for them. If you regularly read mystery novels, you will have no problem solving the whodunit. I kept hoping that the author would surprise me at the end. The point-of-view switches from Morgan in the present to Nicole in the past to tell the story. I found Woman on the Edge a hard book to get into (it took me a little while). I felt like I had been dumped into the middle of a story in the beginning plus it was confusing with the back and forth. Once I understood what was happening and got into the story, the book moved along steadily. I could feel Nicole ’s agitation and panic as well as Morgan’s fear. I found the second half of the book more gripping than the first. You do need to suspend your disbelief over the events that happen to the characters (some are hard to believe). Woman on the Edge is a dark and intense story that deals with suicide, postpartum depression and a deadly psychopath. There is foul language in Woman on the Edge. This is a good debut novel from Samantha M. Bailey. Be prepared to stay late so you can learn how the book turns out.

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  • I cringed

    This debut novel is perhaps better to be read than listened to so I could skip some of the seemingly unimportant details. I hope Samantha continues to craft with the same pacing and action but with a bit less superfluous description and a bit more believability in the actions the characters take.

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  • Good story, kept you guessing

    It was good, kept me listening and intrigued.... the ending was a bit disappointing with all the lead up but overall would recommend

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