Patricia Highsmith

Patricia Highsmith

was an American novelist and short-story writer most widely known for her psychological thrillers, which have led to more than two dozen film adaptations.
Then Carol slipped her arm under her neck, and all the length of their bodies touched fitting as if something had prearranged it. Happiness was like a green vine spreading through her, stretching fine tendrils, bearing flowers through her flesh. She had a vision of a pale white flower, shimmering as if seen in darkness, or through water. Why did people talk of heaven, she wondered /happiness/ Patricia Highsmith quotes

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