Somehow I managed to put the wrong publish date for The Woman In The Window! So as embarrassing as that is, I wanted to let you know that if you haven’t read The Woman In The Window yet, that you should!
Anna Fox used to be a successful child psychiatrist before the accident. Now she refuses to leave her house due to her severe agoraphobia. With this newly onset fear, she’s also started drinking a large amount of alcohol daily and she taken to spying on her neighbors. When she accuses her new neighbor of murdering his wife, her neighbor doesn’t take kindly to the insult. But she knows what she saw and no amount of counseling can deter her from finding the truth.
The Woman In The Window is 354 pages long and took me 4 days to read.
I enjoyed reading this book that fits perfectly into the trendy “unreliable narrator” fad so I’m giving it a 3 out of 5. I have been reading quite a few of these books lately which is fine by me because boy, I love them!
Thank you William Morrow for sending me an advanced copy!
Here’s to the adventure of finding a novel novel!