The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
Contributed by Eleanor Sherer
Chapter 56

Anna wakes up the following morning feeling guilty that she made love to David in her daughter’s bed. This presents a moral predicament to the readers. Her fling is similar to infidelity. As she gets up, she is afraid that her actions will be consequential. She goes into the kitchen and finds David drinking water. There is tension between the two characters; especially Anna who is unsure how should reply to David after their night together.

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