This detailed literature summary also contains Quotes and a Free Quiz on The Woman in the Window: A Novel by A. J. Finn. The following version of the novel was used to create this study guide: Finn, A.J. The Woman in the Window. William Morrow. January 2, 2018. Kindle. In The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn things are not as they appear when a teen boy, Ethan Russell, befriends an agoraphobic woman, Anna Fox, after moving to Anna’s Harlem neighborhood. Anna is also visited by Ethan’s mother, a woman Anna later believes she sees stabbed to death in the Russells’ home across the street. Because she drinks and takes medication for her psychological disorder that causes hallucinations, the police believe Anna only imagined she saw a murder. The Russells claim nothing happened and Anna is presented with a woman who claims to be Jane Russell, Ethan’s mother. Anna continues to be plagued with strange things happening — like her phone code being changed and a picture of herself sleeping being emailed to her from Jane Russell — but the police convince her that she is doing all of these things to herself. They base their refusal to believe her on her denial that her husband and daughter were killed in a car wreck. When the truth is finally revealed, Anna discovers that she has a reason to live despite all the trauma life has dealt her.
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