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Seconded! Hitchcock adapted Strangers on a Train and changed it so much that it's two different stories. Her Ripley series are fantastic (she starts to lose it on the third or fourth one though... ) and her short stories are just tremendous.
Never read her. What do you recommend starting with, full-length novel-wise?.the summer-break tomato..
Full-length novel-wise....hmmmm....curse you and your lack of enjoyment from short stories. That's all I'm writing these days.Forget what you've seen of Hitchcock's film and read Strangers on a TrainForget Matt Damon (tho it was a good adaptation, imho) and read The Talented Mr. RipleyThis Sweet Sickness is pretty good too.Any thoughts, fellow Highsmith lover?
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