The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
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Chapter 43

Anna becomes obsessively invested in proving that Alistair was guilty of murder. Since Anna feels that no one else will believe her, she reaches out to her therapist Bina and asks her to come over. Her medication disorients her judgment as she talks with Bina on the phone. The author’s emphasis on the effects of Anna’s medication conveys to the audience of the book that the murder that she witnessed could have been a hallucination. The audience is faced with a dilemma in which they either suspect Alistair or have a notion that the incident was simply the hallucinating effects of her medicine. This dilemma leaves the audience in a state of suspense as they yearn to find out which of the two scenarios is true.

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