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“The Woman in the Window” by A.J. Finn

The Woman in the Window is a psychological thriller by A.J. Finn. It follows the story of Anna Fox, an agoraphobic recluse who thinks she has witnessed a crime in her neighbor’s home.

Desperate to discover the truth and save any potential victims, Anna embarks on a journey of danger, secrets, and deceit.

Plot Summary

The Woman in the Window follows Anna Fox, a former child psychologist who has been unable to leave her home due to severe agoraphobia. To pass the time, Anna takes up the hobby of spying on her neighbors, obsessively watching them with her camera and telescope.

One night, Anna spots a woman being attacked in the home of her new neighbors, the Russells. As Anna attempts to unravel the mystery and discover the truth behind the crime, she finds herself in increasing danger.

Mystery and Suspense

The Woman in the Window is a suspenseful thriller that keeps readers on the edge of their seats. Anna’s investigation leads her down a dangerous path and as the mystery deepens, the tension ratchets up. A.J. Finn expertly interweaves clues and red herrings with clever plot twists, creating a novel that will keep readers guessing until the very end.


One of the highlights of The Woman in the Window is the characterization. Anna is a complex, relatable protagonist who readers will empathize with and root for.

The supporting cast of characters, from Anna’s overbearing mother to her sinister neighbor to her concerned therapist, are all unique and fleshed out.


The Woman in the Window is a gripping, suspenseful novel that will keep readers hooked until the very end. With its captivating plot, intriguing mystery, and well-developed characters, this book is an entertaining read that will leave readers wanting more.

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