The Woman In The Window

The Woman In The Window by A J Finn
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Authors
A J Finn
ISBN
9780008234188
Date Released
Binding
Paperback
 
Dimensions
130 x 197mm
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OVER ONE MILLION COPIES SOLD! What did she see?It's been ten months since Anna Fox last left her home. Ten months during which she has haunted the rooms of her old New York house, lost in her memories, too terrified to step outside.Anna's lifeline to the real world is her window, where she sits, watching her neighbours. When the Russells move in, Anna is instantly drawn to them. A picture-perfect family, they are an echo of the life that was once hers.But one evening, a scream rips across the silence, and Anna witnesses something horrifying. Now she must uncover the truth about what really happened. But if she does, will anyone believe her? And can she even trust herself?
ISBN:
9780008234188
Publication Date:
29 / 11 / 2018
Dimensions:
130 x 197mm
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I thoroughly enjoyed A J Finn's debut novel; it's riveting and highly suspenseful, everything a psychological thriller should be. It's also well-written, perfectly plotted, and will keep you turning pages late into the night. There are plenty of twists and revelations to keep you guessing which makes this novel extremely exciting and engaging. For lovers of 'Gone Girl' and 'Girl On The Train". - Elizabeth (QBD)
, 04/12/2018
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A debut novel which provides a look inside the window of the precarious and unsettling life of Anna Fox. As she watches life go by through her window until she sees something she really shouldn’t have. This is a brilliant, fast paced read for anyone who loves the twisted darkness of Gillian Flynn and the suspenseful thrill of a Stephen king novel. Plot twists keep readers guessing until the end! - Isabella (QBD)
, 04/12/2018
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This book was such an incredible journey! A. J. Finn has written a perfect blend between suspense and mystery. Every page draws you in and makes you question what is real. Anna Fox has not left her house in ten months, will anyone believe that she has witnessed something horrifying? Perfect for anyone who loves an intense thriller! - Katelyn (QBD)
, 04/12/2018
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Anna is agoraphobic. She fears the vast skies, the endless horizon, the crushing pressure of the outdoors. She stays trapped within her house, living her life through the lives of her neighbours which she watches with her telescopic camera, until she sees something that shatters her carefully confined existence. An intensely gripping read, there's no wondering why this is Book of the Year! - Danielle (QBD)
, 04/12/2018
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The Woman in the Window is a fast-paced, page turning thriller that hooks the reader in from the very beginning. The story is told through the eyes of Anna who spends her days spying on her neighbours, until one day she witnesses something shocking, but is what she saw really what happned? It's Gone Girl meets The Girl on The Train with a touch of The Woman In Cabin 10. - Adriana (QBD)
, 04/12/2018
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Anna's agoraphobia has made her a prisoner in her home - and her own mind. Self-medicating to get through the day, the world Anna has built is shattered when she witnesses a murder through her window. Or does she? Who can Anna trust when she can't trust herself? With twists and turns and a delicious serving of thrills, Finn's debut novel will be every crime-thriller fan's favourite this Christmas. - Jack (QBD)
, 04/12/2018
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Wow! This thriller really deserves its bestseller status! I don't tend to enjoy the genre but felt real sympathy for Anna Fox. I wanted her to be right/believed/better, even when I suspected that something was terribly amiss. And the twist! What a cracker. A properly gripping holiday read. - Amy (QBD)
, 04/12/2018
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I completely lost myself in this book! A J Finn's The Woman in The Window kept me enthalled to the very end, with twists, turns and gasps the whole way through. Fans of Gone Girl will adore this book, that's for sure! An absolute must-read, hands down. 5 stars! - Emily (QBD)
, 04/12/2018
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The Woman in the Window is a must for any Hitchcock Rearview Window fan, or the more recent Girl on the Train fan. With the perfect combination of suspense and twists, Finn keeps the reader always wanting to turn the next page for "what happens next!". I could'nt put this book down! - Kirsty (QBD)
, 04/12/2018
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Anna can't go outside, her agoraphobia won't allow it, but she can watch. She has a front row seat to the lives of those living around her and when she witnesses an horrific act she is drawn into a dangerous situation she can't control . The page turning suspence will entrap you until the final surprising twist and you will left breahtless with a pounding heart. - Kimberley (QBD)
, 03/12/2018
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The Woman in the Window is a modern version of Rear Window. We peer through the windows with Anna, an agoraphobic (Annagoraphobic! Haha), who is certain she saw the woman across the way, Jane Russell, get stabbed to death. But her new neighbours introduce her to a very different Jane. Is Anna hallucinating? Did the woman exist? I read it in 2 days! And what an ending! - Karina (QBD)
, 03/12/2018
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An addictive story about a house bound agrophobic woman who's only outlet is watching the neighbours around her. You are drip fed details of her past and her present situation and you are as puzzled by the story as the main character. I couldn't put this book down. I just needed to keep reading to find out what happened. I recommend this book to anyone who loves a classic psychological thriller. - Chrystina (QBD)
, 03/12/2018
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The Girl on the Train meets Rear Window. The Woman in the Window is an eerie suspense thriller that is equal parts chilling and entertaining. Anna Fox watches the world from her window, never venturing outside, until she witnesses something she shouldn't. Anna is a highly complex and relatable character, the plot is focused and fast-paced, and this story will have you on the edge of your seat! - Rhiannon (QBD)
, 02/12/2018
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This gripping psychological thriller is a homage to Hitchcock and the film noir genre. Anna Fox is an agoraphobic ex psychiatrist who self medicates with pills and alcohol. Along with her beloved films, she becomes obsessed with the goings on of her neighbours. One night she witnesses a brutal murder. Or did she? - Nola (QBD)
, 02/12/2018
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Move over Gillian Flynn- this is the new Gone Girl! Finn takes psychological thrilles to the next level with this outstanding novel. It is filled with so many plot twists you'll never see around the corner. You'll be kept gripped to every word in this absolutely beautifully written thriller, which perfectly encapsulates issues like mental illness and alcoholism. Absolute page-turning perfection! - Coreena (QBD)
, 01/12/2018
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"This is the best book I have read in a long time. So full of twists and turns. I read it in a day, I just couldn't put the book down. I highly recommend this book and can't wait for the next book by this author." - Yvonne (QBD)
, 01/12/2018
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A book about a woman who watches her neighbors through her window and sees something horrible, but no one believes her?' Who wouldn't be intrigd by this. Finn has crafted a magnificent novel with a literary fiction feel that also leaves readers anxious from start to finish. Finn has allowed readers to dive deeply into the complicated tangle of her mind and thoughts, and as she begins to question. - Monique (QBD)
, 01/12/2018
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For almost a year, child psychologist Anna Fox has been trapped inside her home. She can’t bring herself to step outside as she is agoraphobic. She pops pills to control her anxiety and downs bottle after bottle of wine to drown out her memories. Her life outside her home is viewed through her camera. When Anna witnesses an attack in the home across the street no one will believe her, her issues well know to neighbours and the police. Anna begins to question if her addictions have played a part in her deluisions or if she was an unfortunate witness to a murder. - Tiffany (QBD)
, 01/12/2018
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I both love and loathe books with short chapters. ‘The Woman in the Window’ was no exception. ‘Just one more chapter’ turned into a finished book. It had me constantly guessing with twists, turns and emotions that I never saw coming. An absolutely gripping read that had me from the first word. - Barbara (QBD)
, 01/12/2018
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Good psychological thriller, an addictive read with a great storyline. Being an alcoholic it brings into question Anna's reliability whether what she's seeing is in fact true or her imagination and compels the reader to continue. - Eden (QBD)
, 01/12/2018
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'Something’s happening to me, through me, something dangerous and new. It’s taken root, a poison tree; it’s grown, fanning out, vines winding round my gut, my lungs, my heart.' If you liked The Girl on the Train, you'll love AJ Finn's psychological thriller, the Woman in the Window. It's a fast=paced page-turniung wonder, featuring alcoholism, grief, unreliable narration and contorted memories. Reclusive Anna shies from the horrors of the real world, drinking too much wine and spying on her neighbours from her window. Naturally, she witnesses something she was never meant to see and her world falls apart in a rip of shocking secrets. - Jaidyn (QBD)
, 01/12/2018
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Filled with short, fast chapters, AJ Finn's 'The Woman in the Window' sucks you in with interesting characters and an interesting situation. Anna sees something from the window and now she's on the hunt for the truth. The need to know what happened will keep you reading even when you start questioning everything the narrator says. - Justine (QBD)
, 01/12/2018
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A heart-racing thriller that is wholly addictive & easily consumed. Anna hasn't left her home in 10 months, & wiles away her time observing her neighbours and spending some quality time with her bulk-ordered merlot. Until she witnesses something terrible from her window. But who will believe her? For fans of The Girl on the Train, you will be left questioning what is real and what is imagined. - Rosie (QBD)
, 01/12/2018
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Captivating, thrilling and fanastic... A.J Finn's lastest book 'The Woman in the Woman' has been desciribed has the one the where no one can out down. Takes me and his readers on a gripping journey of whether Anne fox was telling the truth about the mysterious murder she witnessed or if she was just crying wolf . - Stacey (QBD)
, 01/12/2018
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Anna Fox watches the world go by from her window due to her crippling agoraphobia. When Ethan Russell, new neighbour, befriends Anna, she is instantly drawn to his picturesque family and find herself haunted by her prior life. When Anna believes she witnesses a murder, can she uncover the truth about what happened, or it the cause and effect of her isolation and friendship with the bottle? - Cassandra (QBD)
, 01/12/2018
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Yet another much raved about psychological thriller which I loved! Anna Fox has spent the past 10 months inside her house, too afraid to venture outside. She spends her day drinking wine & popping pills while watching the neighbours through her camera until one day she sees something disturbing..... A awesome read with lots of twists & turns that will keep you hooked. - Wade (QBD)
, 01/12/2018
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Do you ever get the felling someone is watching you ? Maybe Anna Fox is. She sits at her window and watches her neighbours.One day she sees something she shouldn't have. Will anyone believe her ? A gripping novel that catches you in its web from the first chapter.Better than Girl on the Train for sheer brilliance of the writing let alone the storyline. Before you know it you've read half the book - Peter (QBD)
, 01/12/2018
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This novel is narrated by Anna, or rather Dr. Anna Fox, child psychologist. Or is it former, as she doesn't treat patients due to her agoraphobia? What starts as double dosage pills and way too much Merlot, (mostly both at the same time), takes on a whole new level of intense as she becomes a witness to a startling event. There was only one problem, nobody believes her. You will be hooked! - Kylie (QBD)
, 30/11/2018
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Anna is in her 40s and drinks way too much. Not good with the meds she is on for her agoraphobia. She watches old black and white thrillers from her collection and watches her neighbours through the camera lense of her front window. When she thinks she sees an horrific murder she is left thinking, who will even believe what I saw.. did I really see something? You must read the book of the year! - Mark (QBD)
, 30/11/2018
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Weaving in elements of Hitchcock's Rear Window, this exciting novel didn't take long to hook me in. Featuring an unreliable narrator, this book left me guessing all the way through to the end what was true and what was false. I'd recommend this to anyone looking for a fast-paced atmospheric thriller! - Jackie (QBD)
, 30/11/2018
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Gripping story of Anna, psychologically trapped in her own home and obsessed with the movements of her neighbours, who witnesses a crime but cannot convince the Police that what she saw was real. Twists and turns will keep you guessing as Anna's efforts to prove a crime was committed put her own life at risk . Who can she trust and what lengths will she go to to find justice for the victim? - Pauline (QBD)
, 29/11/2018
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This is a pulpy, fast-paced popcorn thriller. Full of pageturning goodness, it had me hooked from the start! Immerse yourself in the world of Anna Fox, a pill-taking, wine drinking, ex-child psychologist, whose whole world revolves around her multi-storey brownstone home. Anna Fox is agoraphobic, you see. And sometimes, if you look through windows long enough, you see something you shoudn't... - Melanie (QBD)
, 29/11/2018
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A thrilling,keep you on the edge of your seat, intoxicatingly dark suspense novel! Anna Foxx is an unstable individual who suffers from agoraphobia, a condition that prevents her from leaving the house. Her only solace is wine, pills and spying on her neighbours. Her world is a dark and dreary routine without meaning until one day she sees something she shouldn't which thrusts her life into horrifying technicolor. As Anna's paranoia levels reach sky high, trying to retrace the blurry memories of what is real and what is fantasy she finds her past colliding with the terrifying present. What, and who, is real? Does she have anyone or anything to fear? - Caitlyn (QBD)
, 28/11/2018
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A.J Finn brings an intense, heart stopping crime novel that takes you one way and then flips you on your head. When agoraphobia protagonist Anna witness something horrifying from her window, she wants to do something about it. But when people don't believe her, she needs to figure out the truth herself. The thing is Anna dosen't even know if what she saw was real. It might be her meds playing tricks on her, or all the wine she consumes. The Woman in the Window will keep you on the edge of your seat. And while slow at first, the story picks and will leave the reader turning page after page. There are times where the twists are predictable, but then everything is throw upside down. - Angelique (QBD)
, 28/11/2018
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Much like 'The Girl on the Train', This story is about a woman who starts seeing strange and worrying things in her neighbour's window but she can't tell if what she's seeing is really happening due to her suffering from Agoraphobia and Alchoholism. The story itself is interesting but not particularly ground break. Definitely an easy read to thump through at night with snacks. - Nathan (QBD)
, 28/11/2018
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A woman, who for her own reasons won't go outside, spends her days spying on her neigbours. One day she witnesses something terrifying.......or does she? A psychological thriller with lots of twists. A great read. - Jo (QBD)
, 26/11/2018
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This un-put-downable read had me hooked from the first page. You'll be constantly guessing yourself with this atmospheric thriller. A.J. Finn's debut novel leaves me excited to see what she writes next and will leave you wanting more. Highly, highly recommend this one! - Abby (QBD)
, 22/11/2018
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Although it takes a little bit to get into, once it finds its pace it is impossible to put down. With short chapters I kept promising myself just one more chapter unable to stop reading into the night. Constantly questioning what was real and what was a fantasy. The twist will have you hooked till the very last page and you'll be questioning if its paranoia or the world is actually out to get her - Courtney (QBD)
, 07/11/2018

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