Today I’m pleased to be taking part in the blog tour for Woman On The Edge. My review is written with thanks to Anne Cater for inviting me on the tour and for my copy of the book via the publisher.
A moment on the platform changes two lives for ever. But nothing is as it seems…
In a split second, Morgan’s life changes for ever. A stranger hands her a baby, then jumps in front of a train.
Morgan 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 life.
When 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 suspect.
To 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, too.
Was Nicole a new mother struggling with paranoia?
Or is something much darker going on?
Pulse-pounding, heartrending, shocking, thrilling. This is a thriller you won’t stop thinking about.
Woman On The Edge is a fast paced and frenetic novel which I really enjoyed. I could not help but turn pages and I was desperate to find out what happened next.
The novel is the story of two women, Morgan and Nicole, and the narrative switched between their viewpoints. At times, it was difficult to see who was reliable and this left me with a lot of questions which kept me intrigued the whole way through.
One of the central themes in Woman On The Edge is postpartum psychosis. This is a really important issue and I felt it was explored in a very engaging way.
There is a twist at the end of Woman On The Edge and I am kicking myself that I did not see it! It makes for a very exciting ending.
Woman On The Edge is available from Amazon.
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