NORTH SHORE BOOK NOTES: ‘The Woman in the Window’

“It isn’t paranoia if it’s really happening,” says Anna Fox, the psychologically battered, agoraphobic, seemingly hysterical woman who claims witnessed a stabbing in the house across the park from own. We believe . Well, we mostly believe . We were right there with , watching through the long lens of Nikon D5500 Opteka lens when it happened. “The Woman in the Window” By A.J. Finn. William Morrow, New York, 2018. 448 pages. $26.99. “It isn’t paranoia if it’s really happening,” says Anna Fox, the psychologically battered, agoraphobic, seemingly hysterical woman who claims to have witnessed a stabbing in the house across the park from own. We believe . Well, we mostly believe . We were right there with , watching through the long lens of Nikon D5500 Opteka lens when it happened. True, she was drunk, drugged on psyche meds and all alone in a five-floor townhouse for the last . Come to think of it, it’s hard to know what to believe. Thus, the troubles of 38--old Anna Fox expand exponentially. She is vulnerable, a spy, a stalker, a fright, and a danger to herself. Yet, before agoraphobia took hold of […]

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