The Woman in the Window
One word of advice if you pick up A.J. Finn’s The Woman in the Window: be prepared to clear your schedule. Once you get into the story, you won’t be able to walk away.
Anna Fox, once a child-psychologist who seemed to have it all, is suffering from PTSD-induced agoraphobia. Confined to her home in New York City, Anna spends her days watching old black-and-white films, drinking a lot of wine, and spying on her neighbors. One night, Anna is the only witness to a shocking crime that takes place in a home across the street. But no one-not her therapist, not the police, not even the family of the victim-believes Anna’s story. Determined to solve the mystery and to prove she didn’t imagine something that wasn’t real, Anna must confront the demons of her past and overcome her fear of stepping out her own front door.
This well-paced psychological thriller is filled with dynamic characters, sharp, descriptive language, and a compelling plot line that is sure to keep you turning those pages. A great book to add to your Summer Reading list!
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Review by Shannon Bowring, Technical Services Coordinator