The Woman In The Window by A.J.Finn
Clues to describe this book: Agoraphobia, Paranoia, Spy, Film Buff
Review: This was my January BOTM pick. The Woman In The Window by A.J.Finn follows former child psychologist Anna Fox, who lives in her NYC home by herself and spies on her neighbors. She isn’t able to venture outside of her home due to her agoraphobia. When her new neighbors, the Russells, move in across the street, she begins to discover secrets about them and witnesses a crime scene. But she isn’t sure if the crime scene was real or something made up in her head. This book really lived up to the hype. I really loved the author’s writing style and short digestible chapters. This novel was heartbreaking and some of the material may be a bit strong, but it is definitely worth the read. Though some parts felt predictable, the way the author is able to develop the characters and manipulate perfections was great to read. I also really enjoyed reading the psychological aspects in this novel and learned a few tidbits here and there. I highly recommend this novel to anyone who loves reading psychological thrillers. It’s a must read and I heard it’s going to become a movie soon as well.