The poet of apprehension is what Graham Greene called Patricia Highsmith in his foreword to Highsmith’s collection of short stories Eleven.
Despite my having been an avid fan for years, it just occurred to me that I never set up a list of works by Patricia Highsmith that would help me to remember which books of hers I have left to discover.

So, here it is – the list, mostly copied from Wiki:

The Novels

– Strangers on a Train (1950) – 2.5*

– The Price of Salt (1952) (as Claire Morgan) (republished as Carol in 1990 under Highsmith’s name) – 5*

The Blunderer (1954) – 3.5*

Deep Water (1957) – 4.5*

A Game for the Living (1958) – 2*

This Sweet Sickness (1960) – 4.5*

The Cry of the Owl (1962) – 4*

The Two Faces of January (1964) – 3*

The Glass Cell (1964) – 4*

– A Suspension of Mercy (1965) (published as The Story-Teller in the U.S.)

Those Who Walk Away (1967) – 2.5*

The Tremor of Forgery (1969) – 3*

A Dog’s Ransom (1972) – 3*

Edith’s Diary (1977) – 3.5*

People Who Knock on the Door (1983) – 3.5*

– Found in the Street (1986)

– Small g: a Summer Idyll (1995)

The Ripliad:

The Talented Mr. Ripley (1955) – 4*

– Ripley Under Ground (1970)

Ripley’s Game (1974) – 2.5*

The Boy Who Followed Ripley (1980) – 2.5*

– Ripley Under Water (1991)

Short Story Collections:

Eleven (1970) (Foreword by Graham Greene) (published as The Snail-Watcher and Other Stories in the U.S.) – 4*

Little Tales of Misogyny (1975) (published first as Kleine Geschichtgen für Weiberfeinde in Switzerland) – 4*

The Animal Lover’s Book of Beastly Murder (1975) – 2*

– Slowly, Slowly in the Wind (1979)

– The Black House (1981)

Mermaids on the Golf Course (1985) – 4*

– Tales of Natural and Unnatural Catastrophes (1987)

– Chillers (1990)

– Nothing That Meets the Eye: The Uncollected Stories (2002) (published posthumously)

Other Books (by Highsmith):

– Miranda the Panda Is on the Veranda (1958) with Doris Sanders (children’s book of verse and illustrations)

– Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction (1966) (enlarged and revised edition, 1981)

More Books (about Highsmith):

– Andrew Wilson – A Beautiful Shadow: A Life of Patricia Highsmith – Non-fiction. Biography. – 4* (my go-to reference for all things Highsmith)

– Marijane Meaker – Highsmith: A Romance of the 1950s – Non-fiction. Biography. – 4*

– Jill Dawson – The Crime Writer – Fiction. 

– Joan Schenkar – The Talented Miss Highsmith: The Secret Life and Serious Art of Patricia Highsmith – Non-fiction. Biography. – (on my TBR)