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ISBN: 0062905082

ISBN13: 9780062905086

The Woman in the Window [Movie Tie-In] : A Novel

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#1 New York Times Bestseller Soon to be a major motion picture in October 2019 starring Amy Adams, Julianne Moore, and Gary Oldman "Astounding. Thrilling. Lovely and amazing.... Finn has created a noir for the new millennium, packed with mesmerizing characters, stunning twists, beautiful writing and a narrator with whom I'd love to split a bottle of pinot. Maybe two bottles--I've got a lot of questions for her."-- Gillian Flynn, #1 New York Times...

Customer Reviews

15 ratings

So many layers

This book kept me on my toes, I was only able to guess one of the twists by paying close attention in the beginning. The others made it hard to put the book down once it got going. One of the best reads I've had this year!

Can’t handle the shut in vibe

I don’t know if it’s because I started reading this at the beginning of COVID... but the day to day of a shut in was stressing me out. Had to let this one go.

Slow & then BAM!

This book was really good. Slow to start & then it gets really interesting. You just keep reading because you need to know “what the heck is happening”, “what’s real”, “what’s not”...I’m looking forward to seeing the movie.

This book was amazing!

it reminded me a lot of the book “The Girl on the Train”. it did start out a little bit slower, but I felt that within two pages it just picked up! the ending was really a twist! really did not see it coming! was a pager turner for sure!


This book was kind of slow at the beginning. But it was so crazy and thrilling!


The writing was so relatable. I enjoyed reading every sentence. One of the few books I've dragged around to make sure I don't miss a moment and was bummed it ended.

Could not put it down!

This is by far the best book I've read in a long time. I disagree with the critics who say it had a slow start. It had me from the very first two sentences. "Her husband's almost home. He will catch her this time." I loved the way AJ Finn wrote in short paragraphs and chapters. It made for keeping my attention from the very first page to the very last.

Not All is What it Seems...

Is seeing really believing? This book makes you wonder and just when you think you have it figured out - you find out you don’t.

The book had a very slow beginning.

so slow I put it down several times, finally towards the end of the book it became more interesting. It was good but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone else

Slow, but rewarding.

This book starts off very slow. In fact in the beginning I had lost my patience and decided to read a different book. Eventually I came back to try again and it was worth it I really enjoyed this book it kept you thinking and made you not only question the character's sanity but even your own. When you start to think you know what is going on you get slapped in the face with a plot twist. A good read, just takes some patience because in the beginning it was too much details over things that I didn't think mattered, however they played a role in revealing what type of person the main character is.

Keep reading - it gets better

A slow and tedious start for me, but at about 200 pages into it, it all came together. Amazing plot with lots of surprises. It is a unique and well written book. Glad I stuck with it.

I couldn't put this book down!

It takes me a while to read a book but I could not put this book down. I wanted to know what happened next. I was consumed by this story. I absolutely loved it. It was so suspenseful. I definitely recommend this book!

So Good.

This book took me by surprise. I really thought I had figured out the twist but I’d only guessed a small part. Then another subtle clue in the text that I knew had to mean something and I still didn’t guess it! When the truth was revealed it was literally jaw dropping. Not being able to guess the outcome despite trying made this a super enjoyable read!

Super good!

I could not put this one down, I think I finished it in 2 days or less. A great thriller/suspense book that captivates you and keeps you guessing. Highly recommend!

Loved this book..a real page turner

Mystery is not my usual preference. However this book was not the usual mystery novel. this was a well-written psychological thriller. For a first novel, she hit it out of the park and I will read every book she writes. I would compare her style to Sidney Sheldon and Dean Koontz (False Memory). Be warned, once you start reading, you will not put it down.

The Woman in the Window Mentions in Our Blog

The Woman in the Window in 10x10: The Best Books of the Decade
10x10: The Best Books of the Decade
Published by Ashly Moore Sheldon • December 20, 2019

Here's our fourth installment for the best books of the past decade. Each week for five weeks, we are presenting top ten lists of the best books of the past decade in two different genres. A total of ten lists of ten: 10 x 10 equals 100! This week's lists are SciFi/Fantasy and Thriller/Mystery. Here are our picks for the top ten of each.

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