Patricia Highsmith (1921–1995) was an American novelist who is known mainly for her psychological crime thrillers.
She acquired world renown for Strangers on a Train, which has been adapted to the screen a number of times, most famously by Alfred Hitchcock in 1951, and for her Ripliad series of books on the character of Thomas Ripley. She also wrote many short stories, often macabre, satirical or tinged with black humour.
- Strangers on a Train (1951) - writer: original novel
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour...
- The Alfred Hitchcock Hour - Annabel (01/Nov/1962) - writer: novel
Hitchcock Fiction Anthologies
- "The Quest for "Blank Claveringi"" in Alfred Hitchcock's Supernatural Tales of Terror and Suspense (1973)
- "Woodrow Wilson's Necktie" in Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Stories That Go Bump in the Night (1977)
- "Variations on a Game" in Alfred Hitchcock's Tales to Send Chills Down Your Spine (May 1979)
- "Variations on a Game" in The Best of Mystery (1980)