*Ticket includes chef prepared two course meal, wine, tea, coffee.
Please note there is no lift access at George's.
N.B. If you (or someone you are booking for) has any special food requests/allergies, you will be asked to provide details during the booking. The restaurant will be advised which TABLE you are on (allocated on sign in), however please also advise the wait staff which seat you are in, while food is being served, to ensure the correct meal is served.
A.J. Finn has written for numerous publications, including the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, and the Times Literary Supplement (UK). A native of New York, Finn lived in England for ten years before returning to New York City.
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, and Fox 2000, the makers of Life of Pi and Hidden Figures, pre-empted the film rights, with Oscar winner Scott Rudin producing and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tracy Letts writing the script.
What’s behind all the excitement? A gripping psychological thriller about an agoraphobic woman who believes she has witnessed a horrible crime in a neighbouring house, combined with one of the most appealing and intelligent heroines in recent fiction, laced with stunning turnarounds, and brimming with allusions to classic suspense films. And who’s the writer behind it? A top young book editor who studied mystery and suspense fiction at Oxford University, who now publishes the work of Agatha Christie, and whose own writing is crafted in homage to the classics from Hitchcock and Highsmith.