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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
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The Woman in the Window Reviews

  • bran (brandonthebookaddict)


    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.



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  • Carol (Bookaria)

    This book is a psychological thriller starring agoraphobic Dr. Anna Fox.

    Anna is a house-bound psychologist that spends her days drinking wine, popping benzos, watching films, and spying on her neighbors with the powerful zoom of her camera.

    One day, Anna is doing her usual snooping when she sees a crime being committed and her life is then turned upside down. This is the setup for this thriller and is all I'm saying about this novel, you must read it to find out what happens.

    I enjoyed the nove

  • حسام عادل

    ليس أقسى من الوهم الذي قد نبيعه للناس، إلا الوهم الذي نبيعه بأنفسنا لأنفسنا؛ فنصدقه ونعيش عليه..!

    لكن صدقني، ليس هناك لحظة في الدنيا تعدل لحظة تحررك من هذا الوهم إلى الأبد

    كرواية جريمة مشوقة فمن المحتمل أن تعجبك، لكن لو قاسيتَ معاناة البطلة مثلما فعلتُ فالأكيد أنها ستغير فيك كل شىء

    بعد شهور، ربما سنوات، سأنظر إلى المسار الجديد الذي اتخذه قلبي وعقلي، سأنظر إلى حياتي كيف كانت وإلام صارت

    وسأعرف أن تاريخها الحقيقي بدأ يوم أنهيتُ فيه هذه الرواية، وودَّعتُ تلك المرأة في النافذة

    كل الشكر للصديقة العزيزة ناه

  • Emma Giordano

    5/5 Stars. I am SO BLOWN AWAY BY THIS NOVEL. The Woman In The Window is an absolutely amazing debut mystery-thriller. I cannot recommend it enough.

    CW: agoraphobia, anxiety, depression, substance abuse/alcoholism, murder, death, grief

    My favorite part of this novel is the writing style. A.J. Finn has the perfect sort of prose that forces you to think, “How can someone ACTUALLY think like this? How does someone forms the words to illustrate such a perfect passage?” This book is descriptive in a way

  • Emily May

    Who knows what goes on in a family?

    Okay, I really don't want to misrepresent this book: The Woman in the Window is a pulpy, fast-paced popcorn thriller. It's not mindblowing or groundbreaking, but it is pageturning goodness. And it was exactly what I needed to get lost in right now.

    The premise is a little bit of The Girl on the Train and a little bit of The Woman in Cabin 10 (what is it with these girl/woman/wife titles?!), with an unreliable narrator, faulty memories, alcoholism, and the auth ...more

  • Barry Pierce

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

  • *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!!

  • Susanne Strong

    3.25 Stars* (rounded down).

    Anna Fox is home bound. She hasn’t left her home in almost a year. She has groceries delivered and keeps all the windows closed. She watches old black and white movies, takes anti-depressants and mixes them with alcohol, lots of alcohol - which her doctor has strongly advised against. Besides watching old movies, her only other source of entertainment is watching what goes on outside of her windows. Sneaking peaks of her neighbors activities. One day, what Anna sees ou