We met in July at Carolyn Steiber’s home to discuss the well-written book, ‘The Woman in the Window’ by Dan Mallory AKA A.J. Finn. The author clearly takes a nod at the more diabolical elements of Hitchcock movies with some of the ‘scenes’. The protagonist Anna, is housebound but observes the troubling behaviors of the neighbors who live in her upscale Harlem neighborhood. Her agoraphobia and unfounded fears are fueled by her use of prescription medication and alcohol. As the tale proceeds the reader is treated to unexpected twists and turns of the book’s characters. In the final twist, a manipulative psychopath teenager gets his due justice. All agreed that the book was a good read with several different elements.