The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
Contributed by Eleanor Sherer
Chapter 52

The author gives a flashback of Anna playing chess with Jane. She is melancholic because she lost Jane. As she recalls the murder, she looks to the Russell house but fails to see anyone. As Anna sits in Ed’s library, she opens her computer and chats away with Lizzie. Lizzie tells Anna about her sons and her deceased husband. When she describes her husband as a good father, Anna thinks about Alistair and shudders. She had initially thought of Alistair as a good father before he became her prime suspect. When Lizzie describes the role that her husband, Richard, played in the house- Anna suggests that she finds other people to complete the tasks. She guides the old lady on how to find suitable helpers for these errands. Anna is delighted that she gets to help Lizzie.  She is, however, disappointed that she could not finish the narration of the snow-capped mountains with her family to the old lady.

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