Could anyone suggest a typical Highsmith novel
> (outside of The Talented Mr R) which might be of interest to
> middle-aged, literate urban and suburban types on a Wednesday evening?
How about "The Blunderer", murder in suburbia by the
middle-aged. Or if you want to go high visibility, try
"Strangers on a Train". Also, if you're not ruling out all
the Ripley's, try "Ripley Under Ground", my favorite next to
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