The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
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Chapter 97

Anna must overcome her fear of the outdoors by climbing through the roof. The author shows Anna as a bold character when she gets on the roof despite being agoraphobic. Ethan joins her there and tries to kill her. Although she fights back, he physically overwhelms her. Just as he is about to kill her, Anna tries to persuade him against it. She tells him that Katie had told her the identity of his biological father. As she describes him Ethan loses focus for a moment. Anna rushes to embrace him to imply that she felt sorry for him. This was, however, a tactical move that Anna intended to use. She wanted to direct Ethan to the glass skylight so that she would push him onto the delicate glass. Anna moves him closer to the skylight as they hug and shoves him towards the glass.

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