The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Anna Fox doesn't leave her house. Hasn't for almost a year. She gets everything delivered, included wine -- lots of wine. She doesn't say why she won't.... the clues come slowly, the truth not revealed to close to the end of the book.
Something happened, something bad.
She now lives alone, talking on the phone to her husband and young daughter. Drinking wine. Watching old movies. Drinking wine. Watching her neighbors.
She lives in New York City, in a brownstone, and the neighbors she watches are just across the street or the garden.
Anna has had a few glasses of wine when she looks out the window and sees someone murdered.
The combination of wine, her agoraphobia, and other parts of her story leave Anna and the reader wondering what, if anything, Anna actually saw.
This is a great thriller, a mystery that had me guessing, and also a sad look at a broken survivor of a terrible trauma.
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