The Library Society is beyond lucky to host A.J. Finn as he promotes his best-selling debut novel The Woman in the Window. Intricate, atmospheric, and utterly spellbinding, The Woman in the Window is one of the most eagerly anticipated literary debuts of the decade – a ‘Rear Window’ expertly and thrillingly re-imagined for our time, with comparisons being drawn to major publishing events like Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train. The most widely acquired novel of all time prior to publication, The Woman in the Window has been sold in 38 territories around the world. Fox 2000, the makers of ‘Life of Pi and ‘Hidden Figures,’ preempted the film rights with the help of Oscar winning producer Scott Rudin and Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Tracy Letts.