The woman in the window – A thriller style book. Some of the usual techniques used; flashbacks, a strange incidence (death?) and an unreliable narrator. In this case the narrator is agoraphobic (she never leaves house) and alcoholic (she drinks wine constantly during waking hours).
I saw through one of the the plot devices that was later revealed, straight away. As to the rest rather, than constantly second guessing, I was too baffled as to what was going on to be constantly guessing. The big big reveal therefore made sense, even though not predicted it. There followed some climatic drama at the end. Overal although not an outstanding thriller; not the worse and very readable.