A Game for the Living by Patricia Highsmith

A Game for the Living

byPatricia Highsmith

Paperback | January 21, 1994

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Ramón mends furniture. Theodore paints. A devout Catholic, Ramón lives in Mexico City, not far from where he was born into poverty. Theodore, a rich German transplanted to a country where money buys some comfort but no peace, believes in nothing at all. You'd think the two had nothing in common. Except, of course, that both had slept with Lelia. The two were good friends, so neither minded sharing her affections. They did mind, however, when Lelia was found raped, murdered,and horribly mutilated. The two friends, suspects both, twist in a limbo of tension and doubt, each seeking his own form of solace and truth.

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As a writer of novels, short stories, and teleplays, Highsmith is known for her character studies exploring people's darker side---the side of an apparently moral person who is capable of murder. Highsmith likes to examine the ways in which people can get to the point at which they are capable of murder, as well as who they become afte...
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Title:A Game for the LivingFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.76 inPublished:January 21, 1994Publisher:Grove/Atlantic

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ISBN - 10:0871132109

ISBN - 13:9780871132109

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Set in Mexico, this is a coolly analytic study of friendship, neurosis, and grief as two good friends share the affections of one woman--and the pain, confusion and suspicion of her murder