Tag Archives: Patricia Highsmith

The Two Faces of January

“Her [most recent] novel goes far beyond the bounds of the ‘mystery,’ a genre label that has stuck to Highsmith’s work since her first,…

The Tremor of Forgery

“Highsmith has produced work as serious in its implications and as subtle in its approach as anything being done in the novel today.” —Julian…

Those Who Walk Away

“The novel has many virtues, including a stunning sense of place and a fascinating cast of characters.” —Pauline Mayer, The Plain Dealer (Cleveland)

A Game for the Living

In this taut psychological thriller from legendary writer Patricia Highsmith, the bond between two very different men is tested when the woman they both…

Found in the Street

“Fabulous, in all senses of that word . . . combining the best features of the suspense genre with the best of existential fiction—a…

Eleven

“The mood of nagging apprehension is consistent, skillfully underplayed so that just the right amount of chill is induced with an economy of means.”…

Edith’s Diary

“With Edith’s Diary, Patricia Highsmith has produced a masterpiece.” –The Times Literary Supplement