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on May 10, 2018
What U like most about Fitter Kellen , is her ability to surprise you . No matter what she is writing about! I'm this story parents Jess and Owen have gone through something No parent wants to think about, much less live through. Their precious son has died and left them both floundering . She has , understandably, has had to be under Dr care and medicated. He is trying to be "strong ,and soldier on " . They end up moving away from all that they have and starting fresh. In their new place ,Jess begins to ...... "See" things that aren't there. Namely, a young child , who has been missing for years. Her husband thinks she is falling down the abyss, and gets very hard to pull her back . But Jess is Adamant that she solve this mystery. She goes on line and finds out information that helps her to understand Why she is so heavily involved with a case that has never been solved. And All kinds of stuff comes out into the light !! This story has twists and turns that leave you on the edges of your seat, and the way Ditter Kellen ties all the little ends and pieces together will leave you breathless!!
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on April 5, 2018
I love Ditter Kellen's books that being said I must continue by saying I think she has found a new genre!! The Boy in the Window is AWESOME!
The plot is truly captivating/intriguing and the characters are SO in depth and complex I found it dificult to put the book down...Seriously!! As I read Psychological Thrillers (I love this genre) I am constantly trying to figure out the end however with an unexpected and suprising twist I DID NOT which made it that much better.
Whether you are a fan of Ditter Kellen (like me) or you love Psych Thrillers (like me) The Boy in the Window is a Must Read!!

Ditter: Please keep writing Psych Thrillers!!
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on June 1, 2018
I was recommended this title by another writer. I have been very into sci-fi and fantasy and a lot of the books I read require focus and quiet. I really enjoyed “The Boy in the Window” for its simplicity and how easy it was to follow. Could Differ have spent more time giving us details? Yes, but she didn’t need to. We have all heard this story before, except this definitely had a twist I didn’t see coming and I loved spending an afternoon on it. I am happy for Jessica and Owen and I felt the frustration of a women unheard!

I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a good, simple afternoon read with just a hint of spooky.
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on April 5, 2018
This was one of the best mystery/suspense thrillers I have read in a long time. Jessica and Owen move to Florida after the death of their son. There are some very strange things happening in their new small community and Jessica and Owen are in for the ride of their lives when their love and trust are tested to the limit.
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on April 2, 2018
I have read every book that Author Ditter Kellen has written and while I love all of her writing, I consider THE BOY IN THE WINDOW one of her best books yet. This book keeps you enthralled from the beginning until the unbelievable twist at the end. If you read mysteries, this book will not disappoint you at all. Get yours today and enjoy this wild ride!!
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on June 30, 2018
This book was incredible. At first you’re feeling sympathy for the main character. Then you start feeling a little suspicious of her. And just when you think you have it all figured out...nope a plot twist you never saw coming
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on May 7, 2018
Lots of plot twists and turns. I really enjoyed the book. The only books I give 5 stars are Jan Karon's books by the way.
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on April 9, 2018
This is the first Ditter Kellen book that I have read. I thought it was really well written and I loved the plot twist at the end. I read the entire book in one day. I read before work, at lunch and after work! I hope to see more psychological thrillers from Ditter. I may have to try her other series although they are not my normal genre.
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on April 2, 2018
The first book I read by Ditter Kellen was my last book to read in 2017. It was ENIGMA: What Lies Beneath and was #1 in the Enigma Series and a Science Fiction Romance. I enjoyed the book so much, I read the remaining nine books in the Enigma Series in January 2018. When I read the blurb for the THE BOY IN THE WINDOW: A Psychological Thriller, I was more then excited to read it. I started it yesterday and stayed up till I finished the entire book.

THE BOY IN THE WINDOW starts on a very sad beginning. The once very happily married couple of Jessica and Owen Nobles are now heartbroken over the loss of their son Jacob. The 7 year old boy was taken from them by a drunk driver. Three years later and their grief has not lessened. Jessica has taken their son's death extremely hard. She has spent the last three years sedated and under the care of a psychiatrist. She has been suicidal and they see no progression, just regression. Her mind had crawled into a dark place that she couldn't seem to come back from.

Not a day went by that Owen didn't think of Jacob. He had grieved the death of his son to the point of almost losing his mind. He'd been forced to hide his own grief behind a mask of strength in order to be strong for Jess. Owen knew he had to make a drastic change to save his wife and their marriage. He started plotting a big move behind her back. A move that would take them far away from Jacob's home, memories and even his grave. Owen could never forget Jacob, but moving to Florida he felt was the right decision. He and Jessica would begin their new life and hopefully find some kind of happiness.

Shortly after their arrival at their new Florida home, Jessica peered up at the dirty window on the second floor of the abandoned house next door. She sees a small boy, staring back at her. He had dark hair and was wearing a striped T-shirt. He looked about the same age as her Jacob had been, and now the mystery begins. This book is unique and a mind chilling experience!
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on May 13, 2018
I hate to be the one to spoil all the "5 star reviews" handed out by previous readers, but if my legs were longer I would definitely be kicking myself for spending quality money on purchasing this book. The front cover bills it as a "unique mind-chilling experience." I beg to differ. I felt the story was written in a very simplistic manner and if I had known the boy in the window had been dead for several years and Jessica was painting him while in a stupor, I would certainly not have purchased this book. The occult, visions of dead children and psychics turn me off. I was looking for real down-deep suspense and this book did not offer it. Jessica, Owen, Steven and all the various other people offered me nothing in the way of suspense-they were just plain dull. I have read so many exciting and suspenseful books over the years and The Boy in the Window belongs at the bottom of the barrel. Sorry, Ms. Kellen, you struck out on this one. I will not be swayed in the future by "5 star reviews."
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