The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn

woman in the windowAnna is a trained psychiatrist who hasn’t left her apartment in over a year due to acute agoraphobia.  She spends her days watching old Hitchcock movies, drinking wine, doing things online, and watching her neighbors.  Her ex-husband and young daughter do not see her much, but they talk often.  When she notices a new family move in with a teenage son she begins watching them as she does all the other neighbors, but one day she witnesses something terrible and reports it to the police.  Unfortunately, when they investigate Anna’s life begins to implode as she is forced to face everything in her life that is real and everything she has imagined since she has been trapped inside her house.  No one believes she saw anything sinister since she is a heavy drinker and has anxiety issues, but she is positive she witnessed something.  Did she really see something or is her mind playing tricks on her again?

This thrilling mystery will keep mystery lovers intrigued all the way until the end.  There are many twists and turns in the plot and even seasoned mystery readers will struggle to put all the pieces together.  The main character has many similarities to the Woman on the Train and the Woman in Cabin 10, but each mystery is very different and will satisfy readers independently.  Highly recommended for mystery lovers.

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