Dr. Samuel Johnson observed that everyone's life is a subject worthy of the biographer's art. The narrator of Kiss & Tell takes this idea to heart, and decides to write about the next person who walks into his life: Isabel Rogers, apparently an ordinary woman. But as the biographer's understanding of Isabel deepens, her smallest quirks, private habits and opinions become worthy of the most painstaking investigation--and unexpectedly attractive to her biographer.
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Published May 15, 1997
Literature & Fiction.