The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
Contributed by Eleanor Sherer
Chapter 58

In this section, the author highlights Anna’s changed suspicions about Jane’s murderer. She is filled with suspicions against David, being the one whom she lent the box cutter out to. He could be the murderer. Her worry is further heightened when she recalls seeing unique earrings belonging to Jane at David’s house. In a bid to prove that her allegations were true, Anna considers calling detective Little. Nevertheless, she decides on getting into David’s house to investigate whether her fears are true. The author nearly convinces the audience that David was somehow involved in the murder. This makes the book a thrilling piece for the audience.

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