The Woman in the Window

The Woman in the Window

by A. J. Finn
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The Woman in the Window

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The Woman in the Window 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 45 reviews.
Anonymous 16 days ago
This book grabbed me from the very first page. I thought about it when I couldn’t read and didn’t want it to end! The twists I thought I’d figured out but boy, was I wrong! Excellent!!!
Anonymous 14 days ago
Great book, didn't see that coming.
Anonymous 8 days ago
Great, great book that kept me up late two nights in a row, turning the pages just as fast as I could to find out what happened. Two big events in the book were huge surprises that I did not see coming. One of the best books I have read in a very long time.
Anonymous 8 days ago
A little slow in beginning, keep with it , it will be worth the efford, I promise!!!!
Anonymous 8 days ago
Couldn’t put this book down. Never saw the coming.
Anonymous 7 days ago
If you like girl on the train this is perfect for you.
Anonymous 7 days ago
Had me hooked from start to finish!!
Anonymous 8 days ago
This book held my attention the entire time. The only thing I was iffy about was how many plot twist this book had. It was hard to keep up!
Anonymous 8 days ago
Loved reading this book until it all the sudden became predictable. Still a good read but I wish I had just gotten it from the library rather than pay $13 for it.
Anonymous 10 days ago
Very tiresome and predictable
Anonymous 11 days ago
Couldn’t put it down. Keeps you guessing until the end!
Anonymous 14 days ago
The woman in the Window was a great read. I couldn’t get to the ending fast enough. It kept me Interested and trying to guess what might be going on. Believe me I didn’t guess the ending at all. I would definitely recommend this book if you like to read thrillers.
Anonymous 21 days ago
The Woman In The Window is the first novel by American author, A.J.Finn. Doctor Anna Fox is a shut-in. She’s a child psychologist, she’s thirty-eight years old, but she’s also agoraphobic, and has not set foot outside in ten months. She lives alone; her husband, Ed and eight-year-old daughter, Olivia are in regular contact but away somewhere, for reasons that are only gradually revealed. A tenant in the basement maisonette looks after tasks like groceries and minor repairs, but keeps to himself otherwise. Her only other human interactions are weekly visits from her therapists (mental, physical). Oh, and there’s Punch, the bad-tempered cat. When not busy online (chess, French lessons, or “consulting” on Agora, a help forum for agoraphobics), Anna spends her days watching old black-and-white movies from her extensive DVD library, or documenting the lives of her near neighbours with her Nikon D5500 camera and its powerful Opteka zoom lens. She notes the arrival of the Russell family (dad, mom and lanky teenaged boy) as they move into the vacant house across the park. Young Ethan drops in a gift from his mom. Nice boy. And his mom, Jane comes to Anna’s assistance when some local teens vandalise her house. She likes them both immediately. When Anna looks out one evening and sees Jane apparently stabbed and bleeding in the Russell’s parlor, she calls 911. But things go badly awry with her attempted rescue, and by the time her claims are investigated, there is no body and Anna is not believed. But she knows what she saw! Except that it is soon apparent that Anna’s eyewitness account may be less than reliable: she’s depressed, on a bunch of medications and also drinking quite a lot more wine than she admits to her therapist. And many of those movies she immerses herself in are of the Hitchcock genre. Could she have imagined it all? Finn fashions his tale with splendid skill. The clues are carefully dropped into the story, as are the red herrings. As some of the twists are revealed, they confirm niggling doubts the reader has formed about certain aspects, but this page-turner is so cleverly constructed that even the most astute reader is kept guessing right up to the heart-thumping climax. The characters are easily believable, and Anna’s doubt and confusion is well portrayed. This is a truly impressive debut novel, and it will be interesting to see what this talented author does next. This uncorrected proof won on GoodReads Giveaways
Anonymous 4 hours ago
Could not put down.
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Anonymous 7 hours ago
Keeps you reading
Anonymous 8 hours ago
Read more like a movie than a book.
Anonymous 1 days ago
This was a great read. Fast paced couldnt put it down. And the many plot twists kept you guessing till the end. Highly recommend!
Anonymous 1 days ago
Amazing book!! Crazy good and will keep you guessing throughout
Anonymous 2 days ago
I couldn’t put it down! Great book!
Anonymous 2 days ago
This book did not disappoint. Never a dull moment. Loved it. Can't wait for the next book.
Anonymous 2 days ago
Totally enjoyed this thriller ,
Anonymous 3 days ago
Really well developed plot. You think you understand the characters but you do not. You will not be disappoinnted.
CCinME 3 days ago
Hitchcockian in nature and thoroughly engrossing throughout! The twists and turns keep you guessing all the way to the end. A must-read debut!
Anonymous 3 days ago
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