The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
Contributed by Eleanor Sherer
Chapter 18

When Anna opens the door, she is surprised to find Jane who has carried a bottle of white wine. Although Anna expected her to be angered by her prying habit, she is simply worried that Anna is bored by spending her entire days indoors. Jane even suggests games that they can play together to relieve Anna of boredom. Jane is an outgoing character that does not judge the habits of Anna. They drink wine together. As they interact together, Anna develops trust in her new companion and even gives her a tour of her mansion. Anna is exuberated that she has so much in common with Jane. They even share birth dates. Jane urges Anna to look for other hobbies. She shows Anna her artistic side when she sketches a portrait of her and signs her name on the sketch.

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