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October, 2020

CBC Books Radio: The Next Chapter with Shelagh Rogers

CBC Books: 13 Spine-Tingling Canadian Reads to Check Out for Halloween

Toronto Star: Their books came out, but they can’t: debut fiction writers on the grief and gratitude of pandemic publishing

Glamour Magazine: 14 Authors Share the Best Scary Books to Read Right Now

Babelio Spain

September, 2020

Mew Magazine Spain

Cloud Lake Literary: The Best Canadian Books of 2020 (So Far)

August, 2020

Strand Magazine: Five Debut Writers Making a Splash in the Thriller World

May, 2020

Refinery 29: Motherhood Noir: 9 Writers Share the Maternal Fears That Inspired Their Dark and Thrilling Books

Off the Shelf: Wrong Place, Wrong Time: 6 Novels with Suspicious Characters Who Have to Prove Their Own Innocence

The Nerd Daily: Eight Outstanding Debut Thrillers You Might Have Missed

Get Literary: Our Top 3 Picks for Thrilling Reads That’ll Keep You Up All Night

April, 2020

Pop Sugar: 27 Exciting Debut Authors You Can Support During the Shutdowns

March, 2020

CBC Books: The Next Chapter with Shelagh Rogers

Just One More Chapter Podcast

Bookstr: 9 New Books to Read in March

Pop Sugar: 25 of the Best New Books to Add to Your Reading List This Spring

She Reads: Fifteen Necessary Thrillers to Read in 2020

Get Literary: Our 19 Most Anticipated New Reads of March 2020

Publisher’s Weekly Starred Review and PW Pick of the Week

January, 2020

Woman’s Own UK:

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December 25, 2019

29 Secrets: 8 New Books to Read This Holiday

December 19, 2019

Elle Canada: The Movies, Books and Podcasts on our Pop Culture Radar This December

December 13, 2019

Toronto Star: “Thriller Lands Previously Self-Published Toronto Writer on Bestsellers List” by Sue Carter

December, 2019

Closer UK

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December, 2019 Neighbours of Joshua Creek

Thank you so much to Hannah Mary McKinnon, one of my favorite authors, for this beautiful review of WOMAN ON THE EDGE.

JoshuaCreek

Woman Magazine

A mother’s desperation
Woman On The Edge by Samantha M Bailey, Headline, PB, £8.9 9
Get ready for this white-knuckle read, which starts the minute a stranger hands Morgan her baby before jumping in front of an oncoming train. As this psychological thriller continues, the questions keep coming. Why Morgan? Were the two women really strangers? One twisty thriller you’ll find difficult to step away from.

Peterborough Telegraph

WOMAN ON THE EDGE
Samantha M. Bailey
Headline £8.99
When a woman approaches her on a subway platform, says her name and thrusts her baby into Morgan Kincaid’s arms, her life changes in seconds as the woman commits suicide on the track. With no witnesses to her strange story, police suspect widowed Morgan of being a baby snatcher who pushed the woman. When Morgan tries to clear her name she discovers the mother was a businesswoman, who had enemies. And Morgan fears those enemies may be coming after her and the baby in this
tensely twisty tale. 8/10

Stark Reflections Podcast

CTV Your Morning

Global TV: The Morning Show

Savvy Mom: 21 Great Gift Ideas for Moms

Heat World UK, November 23-29, 2019HEATWOTE

Toronto Star, November 19, 2019: “Arrivals: Five domestic thrillers you won’t be able to put down”

Gransnet: Best Books for Christmas

Toronto Life October/November 2019

“The debut novel from Toronto writer Samantha M. Bailey mines maternal anxiety, marital secrets, female friendship and C-suite power grabs—not to mention public transit horror—for a satisfyingly twisty psychological thriller.”

“The Questioning” with Samantha M. Bailey and Heather Chavez for Crime Files, October 21, 2019

Chatelaine: “9 New Thrillers for Chilling Fall Reading”: October 4, 2019

Toronto Guardian: “Print Matters-Woman on the Edge by Samantha M. Bailey”: October 3, 2019

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