If you’re following anyone in the #bookstagram community, you’ve seen #thewomaninthewindowsplashed across your feed. I’d only heard good things, so I went into it optimistic. It’s not a fast-paced thriller… think more #hitchcock suspense; letting the reader’s imagination take the reins. After the first couple of chapters, I felt that it resembled #girlonthetrain too much (alcoholic woman sees something disturbing through a window, and others question if her inebriated state caused her to ‘see things’), but it quickly sets itself apart from others in this genre. With the twists and turns of #gonegirl, and the suspense of #thegirlonthetrain, this one will quickly become one of the best psychological thrillers of 2018. I absolutely loved the way the author uses the readers interpretations to provide the suspense, as we view the story through the main character’s point-of-view. And of course, movie rights are already in play. @ajfinnbooks
Thank you @crimebythebook and @gareindeedreads for the #reco.
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