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WINDOW PAIN

PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER — WITH A NOD TO HITCHCOCK — WILL HAVE YOU GRIPPED

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THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW

A J Finn/HarperCollins

Separated from her husband and their young daughter, and incapacitated by acute agoraphobia, it has been 10 months since former child psychologist Anna Fox has stepped outside her New York home. She spends her days wandering from room to room, washing her powerful anti-depressants down with booze and spying on her neighbours through the lens of her camera. Then one night, while watching the Russell family, who’ve just moved in opposite, she witnesses something truly terrifying. But when the police arrive to investigate they can find no evidence to support her story. But Anna knows what she saw…doesn’t she? Told in tight, lean sentences and tinged with hints of Hitchcock and classic film noir, The Woman in the Window electrifies from start to explosive finish. A J Finn has constructed a Rubik’s cube of twisting plotlines that escalate the claustrophobic tension at every turn — the very definition of an unputdownable psychological thriller. 25 January

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