the woman in the window by A.J. Finn
mystery/thriller, 464 PP
Although overtones of Gone Girl and Girl on the Train seep through, this mystery thriller stands on its own as a real page-turner. And, at least we have a “woman” main character instead of a “girl” (even though both those MCs are women, which is annoying). I also enjoyed The Woman in the Window for its similarity to Shutter Island with a character’s psychosis revealed as it shapes and defines a personality.
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