36. The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn
Anna is an agoraphobic who spends her time watching old Hitchcock and film noir movies. Now it seems like she may be living in one when during her other past-time of spying on her neighbors she witnesses a murder. But now with no body she can’t get the police to believe her due to her heavy alcohol and drug habit. Does she even believe what she witnessed herself?
This was supposed to be a suspenseful book, but to me it was just boring. I didn’t find Anna to be a compelling character and reading about her endless wine binges was not interesting reading. The only reason I finished reading this book is because it was for one of my book clubs. I give it a 4 out of 10.