Overall, I enjoyed this book - found it to be a captivating 'thriller' about a woman with agoraphobia who spends her days spying on neighbours through her camera lens. She thinks she sees a woman being stabbed but, due to her illness, alcohol & meds abuse, etc, she is not believed ... and begins to question herself. I would have rated the book higher if it had been a little shorter. I found that there was too much repetitiveness in the first half of the book which was unnecessary - I felt that the groundwork for "setting the stage" for the ending went on too long... but the last half of the book picked up and there were a few surprises. All in all, a good read.