THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW by A. J. Finn is a brilliant tour-de-force thriller, dripping with tension, that pefectly captures the mental and emotional acrobatics of someone on the cusp of madness – in this case, the novel’s wildly unreliable narrator Anna Fox. Suffering from PTSD and agoraphobia due to a tragic incident, Anna finds […]

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In this nail-biting psychological thriller, Alfie and Claire Daniels appear to be a perfect couple, living a near-perfect life together in Fulham, an affluent area of London. Thanks to the generosity of Claire’s wealthy father, Mick, they’re able to maintain an upscale lifestyle there with little effort on their own part. His lavish gifts include […]

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Angela Mullen left her catering business in East Hampton behind to marry the man who swept her off her feet during a lightning summer romance – great-looking, brilliant NYU economics professor Jason Powell. Now six years later, with her son Spencer rounding out the family, they’re leading a picture-perfect life. Jason’s become a cultural icon: […]

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A Quick Snapshot What are psychological thriller books? While these novels usually contain a fair amount of graphic content, the focus is primarily on the psychological aspects of the story. Lies and betrayal. Amnesia or false memories. Sociopathic manipulation. Perfect husbands or wives who are not who they appear to be. Common elements are alcoholism, […]

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