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Der talentierte Mr. Ripley
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The Talented Mr. Ripley

The Talented Mr. Ripley
Published by Diogenes as Der talentierte Mr. Ripley
Original Title: The Talented Mr. Ripley

Carefree dolce vita is the life Tom Ripley dreams of in his dingy New York basement – and the one his school friend Dickie Greenleaf leads. When Dickie's father, a wealthy industrialist, asks Tom to travel to Italy to bring back his lost son, it is a dream come true for a down-and-out like Tom. But nobody knows how far Ripley will go to become part of Dickie's world, forever.

More than twenty years after Anthony Minghella's successful remake, we can finally reunite with Patricia Highsmith's most compelling character in the gripping Netflix series.

The spectacular Netflix series with Andrew Scott as Tom Ripley, co-starring Dakota Fanning and Johnny Flynn.

Written and directed by Hollywood legend Steven Zaillian (Mission: Impossible, Schindler’s List, Gangs of New York, Hannibal)


Crime fiction, General Fiction
336 pages
1971

978-3-257-01480-8

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»It is hard to imagine anyone interested in modern fiction who has not read the Ripley novels.«

Daily Telegraph, London

»Ripley is one of contemporary literature’s most fascinating characters.«

Anthony Minghella

»The Ripley books are marvellous, insanely readable.«

The Times, London

»An atmosphere of nameless dread, of unspeakable foreboding, permeates every page of Patricia Highsmith and there’s nothing quite like it.«

The Boston Globe

»It is hard to imagine anyone interested in modern fiction who has not read the Ripley novels.«

Daily Telegraph, London

»Ripley is one of contemporary literature’s most fascinating characters.«

Anthony Minghella

»The Ripley books are marvellous, insanely readable.«

The Times, London

»An atmosphere of nameless dread, of unspeakable foreboding, permeates every page of Patricia Highsmith and there’s nothing quite like it.«

The Boston Globe
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