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The Woman in the Window

Anna Fox lives alonea recluse in her New York City home, unable to venture outside. She spends her day drinking wine (maybe too much), watching old movies, recalling happier times . . . and spying on her neighbors.Then the Russells move into the house across the way: a father, a mother, their teenage son. The perfect family. But when Anna, gazing out her window one night, sees something she shouldnt, her world begins to crumbleand its shocking secrets are laid bare.What is real? What is imagined? Who is in danger? Who is in control? In this diabolically gripping thriller, no oneand nothingis what it seems....

Title : The Woman in the Window
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ISBN : 40389527
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 449 pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Woman in the Window Reviews

  • Linda

    "I am locked in. I am locked out."

    Anna Fox has more intricate layers than a double-decker BLT tilting towards the mayo. Ain't no toothpick strong enough to keep this one from skidding off the plate.

    Anna exists behind the shuttered doors and windows of her four-story home in New York City. Dark and dreary are the colors that paint her reclusive world both on the exterior and on the interior. Anna suffers from agoraphobia that keeps her locked in as a prisoner of her own home and of her own mind.
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  • *TANYA*

    4.5 stars!! Okay, the hype this book is getting is warranted. I usually stink at guessing the outcome of a mysterious plot, the “who done it” but I was spot on this time (yes!) and that still didn’t deter me from loving this book. The ending? CRAZY!!! P.S. Loved all the movie references!!

  • Holly  B

    Who's that woman in the window?

    Dr. Anna Fox has spent the past 10 months inside her NY home. Her home is her safe place and she is too afraid to venture outside her door.

    She entertains herself daily with the following activities:

    -downing bottles of Merlot and popping pills prescribed by her physician

    -following the lives of her neighbors through the lens of her camera

    -playing online chess

    -watching black and white films from her large collection of DVDs/mostly Hitchcock with some themes that may
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  • bran (brandonthebookaddict)

    BRUH....HOW....WUT......IT IS LITERALLY ONLY A MONTH INTO THE NEW YEAR.

    All upcoming psychological thrillers will now be held at a higher standard.

    Gone Girl??? What's that??? Who is she cuz I don't know her.

    RIP.

    5 FUCKING STARS

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  • Kaceey - Traveling Sister

    4.5*

    "Agoraphobia is an intense fear and anxiety of being in places where it is hard to escape, or where help might not be available. Agoraphobia usually involves fear of crowds, bridges, or of being outside alone." -NIH

    For the past 10 months Anna has been trapped inside the four walls she calls home. She can’t bring herself to take a single step outside. No grocery shopping, no walks through the park, not even to pick a package from the front stoop. Anna is an agoraphobic. Her days are filled wi
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  • Barry Pierce

    I'm surprised that I actually finished this novel because my patience was gone, girl.

  • Paromjit

    A.J. Finn respins a contemporary version of Rear Window set in Manhattan, New York. This dark psychological thriller has the pill taking, wine drinking, ex-child psychologist, Dr Anna Fox, residing in a three storey home that is the sum total of her world. Anna, you see, is an agoraphobic, and cannot step outside her home, she has lived like this for 10 months after a mystery trauma blew apart her world. She lost her marriage, her family and her career, although she does spend considerable time ...more

  • Emily (Books with Emily Fox)

    I don't know if this is an unpopular opinion but I'm getting a bit tired of reading mysteries where the main female character is an alcoholic. I get it, it makes them unreliable (and relatable for some maybe?) but it's a cheap way of doing it.

    With that said, I'm usually not too difficult with mysteries. They just have to not do anything stupid (racism, sexism...), be entertaining and have twists I don't see coming.

    In this book, you're following a psychologist who went through something traumati
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