A thrilling mystery novel set in a world where nothing is what it seems.
Anna Fox lives alone in her New York City apartment, unable to leave her home. She drinks wine, certainly too much, watches old movies, and recalls happier days. She also feels attracted to spying on her neighbors.
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Then the Russells moved into the house across the street: a father, a mom, and her teenage son. A perfect family. But when Anna, looking out her window one night at the moonlight, sees something she shouldn’t, her world starts to fall apart and its shocking secrets are revealed.
“The Woman in the Window breaks away from the mold of the more recent in-your-face psychological thrillers, and that’s very refreshing. It is an intoxicating, dark, but simply unputdownable book.”
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That night, a frantic scream ripped through the silence, and Anna witnessed something she wasn’t supposed to see. She now has to do everything she can to find out the truth about what really went wrong. Even if she does, will people believe her? And can she even be trusted?
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