A round white wooden tray is set with a lit candle, a pair of binoculars and their open black leather case with red velvet lining are visible next to a paperback copy of the book "The Woman in the Window" with a navy blue throw in the top half of the picture.

The Woman in the Window – Book Review

The Woman in the Window by A.J. FinnPublished by: William MorrowPublish Date: January 2018Genre(s): Fiction, Mystery, Thriller, SuspenseHB&W Rating: 5View on GoodreadsBuy on Amazon: Barnes & Noble, Book Depository Synopsis Anna Fox lives alone, a recluse in her New York City home, unable to venture outside. She spends her day drinking wine (maybe too much), … Continue reading The Woman in the Window – Book Review

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Pont Neuf – Book Review

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