Morgan Kincaid is standing on a subway platform when a distraught woman holding a baby thrusts the child into her hands. “Please, take my baby,” the stranger pleads. “Don’t let anyone hurt her. Love her for me, Morgan.” Morgan catches the baby before the mother jumps in front of an oncoming train. Morgan, who has never met or seen the woman before, immediately becomes a person of interest in the mother’s death. We learn that the victim, Nicole Markham, was the CEO of a popular yoga lifestyle brand. The book is told from the dual perspectives of Nicole and Morgan. Although a success in business, once she has a child, Morgan finds herself in a downward spiral of postpartum psychosis and fear with sins of her past haunting her. Morgan, who aches to be a mother, is a recent widow whose husband committed suicide after his crimes of embezzlement are uncovered, was trying to put her life together. Now she is trying to put together the pieces of this puzzle to prove her innocence and learn how she is connected to Morgan. Her life is now in danger. Fans of psychological thrillers will enjoy Woman On The Edge. This is a twisty, fast-paced book that you won’t want to put down for a second. Even more impressive is that this is the author’s debut effort. Many thanks to Edelweiss+, Simon and Schuster and author Samantha M. Bailey for a review copy. This gripping book will be available in print in the U.S. on March 3, 2020.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars.
Psychological Thriller / Mystery.
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