The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
Contributed by Eleanor Sherer
Chapter 69

Anna concludes that the email address couldn’t have been Jane’s. In her opinion, somebody else is using her identity to hide behind the façade. In her view, the email was sent to threaten her. Anna suspects that David made a copy of her house keys after they spent the night together. Nevertheless, the fact that somebody has been in her house and taken a picture of her while she slept sets her off. Terrified by this, she decides to call the detective. Detective Little assures her that he would get to her house and investigate the incident.

As she waits for the detectives Anna drinks more wine. When Anna spills wine on her gown and tries to clean it up, she finds Jane’s sketch of her in one of the kitchen cabinets. She is happy that the sketch would prove that Jane had been to her house. The author conveys that there is hope for Anna; the sketch would show that her allegations against Alistair were factual.

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