The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn manages to surprise at every turn. Anna is severely agoraphobic (not a spoiler) and spends an inordinate amount of time tracking her neighbors out of her townhouse window. Lonely is the least of her problems, as she tries to imagine an everyday life that could include some elements of normalcy. Haunted by the past, present, and future, she is ripe for twisty and deadly mind games. But who is setting up the board and who is playing? Highly recommended for curling up by the fire and getting lost in someone's stressful life. The characters are well developed and the dialogue is sharp.