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Mistress of Suspense
(TV Series) (short story - 2 episodes, 1990) (story "A Bird Poised to Fly - 1 episode, 1992) (story "Under a Dark Angel's Eye" - 1 episode, 1992) (story "Something the Cat Dragged In" - 1 episode, 1992) (story "Something You Have to Live With" - 1 episode, 1990) (novel - 1 episode, 1990) (story "A Curious Suicide" - 1 episode, 1990) (story "Blow It" - 1 episode, 1990) (story "Slowly Slowly in the Wind" - 1 episode, 1990) (story "Old Folks At Home" - 1 episode, 1990) (story "The Stuff of Madness" - 1 episode)
This Sweet Sickness
(novel based on "This Sweet Sickness", french title "Ce mal étrange"')
(novel "The Talented Mr Ripley/Monsieur Ripley")
Wrote the source material (short stories "The Terrapin", "When the Fleet Was In at Mobile") for "Belle Ombre" by Francis Lacombrade
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[on film versions of her novels]: Really, I don't mind too much if they take liberties with my plots, because they're trying to do something quite different from a book, and I think they have a right to change the story as much as they wish. I couldn't write a book with the idea in my mind that it was going to be a film. That would be like thinking of a statue when you're painting a picture.
In-between England (she lived in Suffolk from 1963 - 1967) and Switzerland (she moved to Switzerland in 1983), Patricia Highsmith spent many years living in France not far from Fontainebleau in a small village called Montcourt where she wrote her second, third and fourth of five Ripley sequels. Belle Ombre, Ripley's fictitious house, is located very close to Montcourt. Andrew Wilson wrote a ...