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Highsmith

Patricia. 1921--95, US author of crime fiction. Her novels include Strangers on a Train (1950) and Ripley's Game (1974)
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16 THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS BY THOMAS HARRIS HIGHSMITH paved the way for Hannibal Lecter, one of the compelling villains of fiction.
Based on the true story of Austin Highsmith Garces' experience as a 2-year old little girl, The Miracle Tree traces the author's sudden thrust into the scary realm of hospitals and surgery.
She joins her beloved husband, Marshall Highsmith, who passed away in 2010.
Hewing closely to Highsmith's debut novel rather than the 1951 Alfred Hitchcock film adaptation (which made substantial changes to the plot) the play is about two men who meet in the dining carriage of a train that's crossing the vast expanse of 1950s America.
Founded in 1974, Highsmith Insurance offers a range of insurance and bond products to midsize employers and individuals throughout the Mid-Atlantic with offices in Raleigh, North Carolina; Charleston, South Carolina; and Nashville, Tennessee.
Elegantly adapted by Phyllis Nagy from the novel The Price of Salt by Patricia Highsmith, Carol is a masterful period romance anchored by Mara and Blanchett's flawless embodiment of star-crossed protagonists.
The psychological thriller 'A Kind of Murder' is the latest in a long line of Patricia Highsmith novels to transition to the big screen, introducing viewers to Walter and Clara Stackhouse, a seemingly perfect married couple living in the New York City suburbs whose lives are torn apart in the aftermath of a savage murder.
FICTION THE CRIME WRITER by Jill Dawson (Sceptre, hardback PS18.99, ebook PS12.99) HHHH H MELODRAMA and suspense are the twin pillars of this novel which echoes the turmoil of psychological thriller writer Patricia Highsmith's life.
THE CRIME WRITER by Jill Dawson (Sceptre, PS18.99, ebook PS12.99) HHHH H MELODRAMA and suspense are the twin pillars of this novel which echo the turmoil of psychological thriller writer Patricia Highsmith's life.
James Highsmith said at the annual meeting of the American College of Mohs Surgery.
Adapting acclaimed suspense author Patricia Highsmith's 1954 novel "The Blunderer," director Andy Goddard and screenwriter Susan Boyd chart the doom that befalls two men whose spouses, in quick succession, turn up dead at the same out-of-the-way Northeast rest stop.