The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
Contributed by Eleanor Sherer
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Chapter 88

The startling voice is familiar to Anna. When she gets downstairs, she is surprised to see Alistair. He is drunk and angry. The fact that he wears black gloves make Anna scared that he intended to kill her without leaving a trace for the police. Alistair warns Anna to stay away from his family; especially Ethan whom she had issued a key. Suddenly, Alistair leaps and chokes Anna by her throat. Anna struggles to scream but she seems to have lost her voice. Just as Anna is about to lose consciousness, Alistair lets go of her and she drops to the floor. The depiction of Alistair as a controlling, vindictive and over-protective father indicates that he was the prime suspect of Anna’s alleged murder incident.

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