The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
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Chapter 60

Anna is bored and alone in her house. She engages the ghost of her husband in a dialog. As she talks to Ed, she covers her windows to ensure that the impostor is not watching her. The author expresses the satire of her action based on the fact that she too watches other people but gets intimidated by somebody else watching her house. Ed is concern that her suspicions are fueled by her paranoia. Once again, the character of Anna is proven to be deceitful when she claims to be taking her medication properly and avoiding alcohol. As she talks to Ed, she sees the imposter getting out of the house and decides that she must talk to her.

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