Isabelle in the Afternoon: a decades-long love affair that flares, flickers and eventually bores

Fiction: Douglas Kennedy’s 14th novel is well written, but strangely lacking in passion

26th January, 2020
Isabelle in the Afternoon: a decades-long love affair that flares, flickers and eventually bores
Douglas Kennedy: an exhaustingly melodramatic yarn. Picture: Getty

Isabelle in the Afternoon

By Douglas Kennedy

Hutchinson, €17.95

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