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"In Ripley Under Ground Patricia Highsmith is in her most brilliant form" Daily Telegraph "The No.1 Greatest Crime Writer" The Times "Ripley Under Ground is Highsmith back on top of her most enjoyable humour-and-horrors form" Sunday Telegraph "By her hypnotic art Highsmith puts the suspense story into a toweringly high place in the hierachy of fiction" The Times "The Ripley books are marvellously, insanely readable" The Times --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Patricia Highsmith (1921–1995) was the author of more than twenty novels, including Strangers on a Train, The Price of Salt, The Blunderer and The Talented Mr. Ripley, as well as numerous short stories.See all Product Description
Excellent book. Patricia Highsmith has yet to disappoint me. Already started the 3rd book which is necessary for wrapping up Under Ground.Published 20 months ago by Ms. Gail Coulthard
Nigel Lambert reading Patricia Highsmith's "Ripley Under Ground" is a masterpiece. All the humour and suspense is rendered splendidly by Mr Lambert's beautiful reading.Published on Jan. 27 2004 by HORAK
Another adventure with Patricia Highsmith's lovely character Thomas Ripley. This book follows the author's "The Talented Mr Ripley" so that the reader is already acquainted with... Read morePublished on Jan. 27 2004 by HORAK
This is the worst Ripley book.The plot lacks narrative drive and goes nowhere. Ok, Bernard Tuft is a very good caracther and there are some flashes of Higsmight's talents but in... Read morePublished on Aug. 9 2002
This sequel to the TALENTED MR. RIPPLEY is just as exciting and suspencful as the the first book. Actually, I read it to find out what happend next after the movie ended, but the... Read morePublished on Aug. 2 2001 by M. Jackson
It's a very interesting novel about a picture forging company which is peppered with a murder case, a suicide and the living funeral of the main character. Read morePublished on June 19 2001
Hello? Where is the nervous, insecure, most probably insane pathological liar we met in the excellent "Talented... Read morePublished on May 10 2001 by dogsncoffee
All the problems with the mystery genre are typified by this novel: pedestrian writing, plot holes big enough to fly a plane through, flat characterization, totally implausible... Read morePublished on April 30 2001