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Line of Thought

Take a real ride on an imaginary train


EVERY DAY, Rachel Watson—the divorced, alcoholic protagonist of The Girl on the Train, the best-selling 2015 novel by British author Paula Hawkins—commutes to London. Her train pauses for a few minutes at a red signal outside the house of a young couple. She calls them Jess and Jason, and projects her vision of marital bliss onto them: “They’re happy, I can tell…. They’re what I lost, they’re everything I want to be.” One day, Rachel sees something unexpected as she gazes out of the carriage window and finds herself involved in the disappearance of the young woman.

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