The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn has been in and out of my Libby library since the summer. I’d add it, then decide I didn’t want to read it, check it out again just to let it sit (my apologies to anyone who was waiting on it because of me).
I finally picked it up toward the end of the year hoping it would be a good escape and something I wouldn’t want to put down. It did just that.
Anna Fox is an agoraphobic woman who loves old movies and watching her neighbors. When new folks move in next door and she witnesses something that nobody else believes, her life changes a bit. I loved this book because it constantly kept you guessing as to what is real. I stayed up far too late a couple of nights because I just HAD to know what happened next, which is the sign of a good book to me.
If you enjoy a good mystery, add this one to your list.