The Talented Mr. Ripley

The Talented Mr. Ripley

Ripley Under Ground ; Ripley's Game

Book - 1999/10/01
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Three classic crime novels chronicle the deadly adventures and sinister exploits of the inimitable Tom Ripley, a psychopath and genius who will do anything to achieve his goals
Publisher: New York : Everyman's Library : Distributed by Random House, 1999/10/01
ISBN: 9780375407925
0375407928
Branch Call Number: FICTION HIGHSMITH
Characteristics: 877 p. ; 22 cm

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captbligh
Mar 17, 2017

The Talented Mr. Ripley was easy to read. His continual making trouble for himself then squeaking past his due fate wore me out. Enjoying justice or a hero coming thru in the end, it was bit uncomfortable having this bad guy malinger on. I won’t continue with Highsmith’s well received series for now.

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DoctorVine
Feb 02, 2017

This is three stories - The Talented Mr. Ripley and two others...
The other two are not (in my opinion) as interesting, as well written, as plausible, as imaginative as The Talented Mr. Ripley. But if you like the idea of a truly bad guy as the protagonist (as I do); then you may find the other two stories somewhat enjoyable.

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Charlie68
May 25, 2015

Mr. Ripley is the typical anti-hero in these stories. Likeable, but also a scoundrel, he leads the reader through Europe on his various quests.

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