The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
Contributed by Eleanor Sherer
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Chapter 90

In the evening, Anna chooses to remain in bed to forget about Jane and the previous night’s incident when Alistair had nearly choked her to death. The author indicates that Anna is in distress. After watching a movie, she receives a storm alert on her phone. While she goes through the phone’s gallery, she deletes the image taken of her while she slept. She had concluded that the image was probably a selfie that she had taken and forgotten about. Conversely, as she deletes another picture she realizes that it has a reflection of Jane, the woman who had spent a fun time with her. This changes the author’s mood of narration from despair to optimism as Anna believes she now possesses irrefutable proof of who Jane was.

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