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    Ripley Series & more by Patricia Highsmith ~ 24 AUDIOBOOK COLLECTION

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    Patricia Highsmith, original name Mary Patricia Plangman, (born January 19, 1921, Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.—died February 4, 1995, Locarno, Switzerland), American novelist and short-story writer who is best known for psychological thrillers, in which she delved into the nature of guilt, innocence, good, and evil. Highsmith, who took her stepfather’s name, graduated from Barnard College, New York City, in 1942 and traveled to Europe in 1949, eventually settling there. In 1950 she published Strangers on a Train, an intriguing story of two men, one ostensibly good and the other ostensibly evil, whose lives become inextricably entangled. The following year the novel was made into a movie by Alfred Hitchcock, using a screenplay by Raymond Chandler and Czenzi Ormonde. The Talented Mr. Ripley (1955) is the first of several books featuring the adventures of a likable murderer, Tom Ripley, who takes on the identities of his victims. The novel won several awards for mystery writing. Ripley also appears in Ripley Under Ground (1970), Ripley’s Game (1974), The Boy Who Followed Ripley (1980), and Ripley Under Water (1991). Among her other books are The Price of Salt (1952; written under the pseudonym Claire Morgan), a tale of a love affair between a married woman and a younger, unmarried woman (filmed in 2015 as Carol, the name under which the novel was published in 1990 and thereafter), and The Animal-Lover’s Book of Beastly Murder (1975), about the killing of humans by animals. Highsmith’s collections of short stories include The Black House (1981) and Tales of Natural and Unnatural Catastrophes (1987).


    Ripley Series
    1. The Talented Mr. Ripley (read by Kevin Kenerly)
    2. Ripley Under Ground (read by Kevin Kenerly)
    3. Ripley's Game (read by Kevin Kenerly)
    4. The Boy Who Followed Ripley (read by Kevin Kenerly)
    5. Ripley Under Water (read by Kevin Kenerly)

    6. Eleven (read by Steve Marvel)
    7. The Cry Of The Owl (read by David Hartley-Margolin)
    8. This Sweet Sickness (read by Tony Pasqualini)
    9. A Dog's Ransom (read by Joe Barrett)
    10. Carol (read by Laurel Lefkow)
    11. Strangers On A Train (read by Bronson Pinchot)
    12. Deep Water (read by Paul Boehmer)
    13. The Tremor Of Forgery (read by Marvin Kane)
    14. The Blunderer (read by Robert Fass)
    15. A Suspension Of Mercy (read by Simon Vance)
    16. Edith's Diary (read by Carol Marsh)
    17. The Glass Cell (read by Tom Taylorson)
    18. Those Who Walk Away (read by Gabriel Woolf)
    19. Found In The Street (read by David Rider)
    20. People Who Knock On The Door (read by David Rider)
    21. Tales Of Natural And Unnatural Catastrophes (read by Tom Crowe)
    22. The Price Of Salt (read by Cassandra Campbell)
    23. Mermaids On The Golf Course (read by Pauline Munro)
    24. Selected Novels And Short Stories (read by Bronson Pinchot, Cassandra Campbell)

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    It can be used on DVD and DVD-Rom players, also on devices such as Playstation, Xbox or portable DVD players. In addition, the tracks can be taken to any mp3 player, such as portable mp3 player, tablets, smartphones, etc. through the computer.

    - The tracks are handled in the same way that you would handle the songs through iTunes.

    - The number of discs varies by each title, although generally it goes in a single disc.

     - The AudioDVD format is not the same as traditional CDs and does not work on CD players. Please be sure to use one of the players mentioned above.

    - The format of the tracks is MP3; This is the extension of better handling and of more quality.

    - Kbps vary by title.

    - Audiobooks are read by professional narrators.


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    This audio CD-MP3 works on your computer. It also works on CD and DVD players with mp3 capacity, including car stereos.

    - The number of discs varies by each title. Each disc can contain one or several audiobooks.

    - The mp3 tracks can be taken to different mp3 players or smartphones and iphone or ipad. Make sure your device is compatible with this technology before making your purchase.

    - The format of the tracks is MP3; This is the extension of better handling and of more quality.

    - Kbps vary by title.

    - Audiobooks are read by professional narrators.



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