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Paula Hawkins
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Witney

Witney is a town between Ashbury and Euston Station, and is located near London, England. Witney is, by all appearances, a relatively quiet, staid, middle class suburb full of Victorian homes in which Blenheim Street is located, which runs parallel to the railroad tracks. Rachel used to live in Witney when she was married to Tom, and now rides the train past the town every day, with the town stopping at Witney to let passengers on and off. Witney is also the home of Megan and Scott, whom Rachel nicknames Jess and Jason, for she sees them every day from the train, and imagines them to have the perfect marriage.

Blenheim Road

Blenheim Road is a suburban road in Witney that runs parallel to the train tracks on the Ashbury-Euston line. Blenheim Road is home to middle class Victorian housing, complete with yards and trees. Blenheim Road is...

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