The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
Contributed by Eleanor Sherer
Chapter 46

Bina leaves early in the morning. As Anna talks to the ghost of Ed, she describes the murder incident to him. Ed is of the theory that perhaps Alistair was not guilty and that it could have been a squabble between his wife and a mistress. This presents the audience with a new theory so that they should decide on its feasibility. Anna is angered that nobody seems to believe her when even Ed suggests that what she saw could have been an effect of her medicine. In this chapter, the author poses a critical thinking question to the audience. Where are the other neighbors when all this is going on?

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