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

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

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