The Woman in the Window
by A. J. Finn
PBR Review: (by- Linda)
I thoroughly enjoyed this psychological thriller. Anna suffers from severe acrophobia. She spends her days looking out the window, peeking into windows and taking pictures of her neighbors. She also visits online chat rooms, drinks way too much Merlot and take pills, all to dull the pain of a past that haunts her.

One night, while spying on her neighbors, Anna is sure she sees an act of violence. But others doubt her, and Anna's already small world and shaky mental stability start to unravel. Things quickly get complicated as the truth becomes known and Anna's past is slowly revealed. The author also keeps the chapters short which makes for a nicely paced page-turner. Recommend.

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