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The Woman In The Window - Edge of your seat suspense!

The Woman In The Window is an edge of your seat suspense novel with numerous twists and turns. Dr. Anna Fox is housebound, suffering from a severe case of agoraphobia, the fear of the outdoors. So, she spends much of her time observing her neighbors comings and goings and making up stories about their lives. When Anna thinks she witnesses a crime through her neighbor's window, nobody believes her. She's considered the crazy lady that never goes outside. Besides, there's no proof of a crime having been committed. This event propels the story forward through a series of twists and turns that keep the reader wondering what's real and what's just a figment of Anna's imagination.The Woman In The Window isn't just about a crime. Themes of love, friendship, and family are woven throughout. The characters are complex, interesting, and real. I found this book hard to put down, and I was constantly surprised by the way the story changed direction. If you're a fan of popular suspense novels, like Gone Girl, and Girl On The Train, you may like The Woman In The Window. I know I did!