Dear friends, finally, after, well, more than three months, my short story inspired in K. Senn and Patricia Highsmith has been written by myself in brazilian portuguese and lovely translated into english by ApplePie. I must thank your support and help. :-)
I did some research to compose the characters, but it is all fiction. Here is the link to the PDF file: it can be shared freely, as it is under a CC license: The Girl from Bloomingdale's
Do you think that Miss Highsmith was ever happy? I only read The Price Of Salt, The Ripley Novels, and The Blunderer and saw Strangers on a Train not to mention The Ripley Movies. Her characters seemed to be so bleak and lonely and sad.
Also, can her Estate approve of a Sequel to The Price Of Salt the way The Late VC Andrews has Ghostwriters to continue her legacy. She had so many girlfriends but the impression she gives me is that she has this neediness about her that was too much for some.
sohappy: thanks Mortimer for clearing the spam. Much needed.
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Mortimer: Sohappy, don't worry. I already banned these two and everyone else who is recently registered only to post spams got the same fate. I'll check this place twice a day just to be sure everything is Ok.
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