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About the Author
Beloved by millions of readers around the world for her "dazzling" novels (USA Today), Adriana Trigiani is "a master of palpable and visual detail" (Washington Post) and "a comedy writer with a heart of gold" (New York Times). She is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty books of fiction and nonfiction, including her latest, The Good Left Undone- an instant New York Times best seller, Book of the Month pick and People's Book of the Week. Her work is published in 38 languages around the world. An award-winning playwright, television writer/producer and filmmaker, Adriana's screen credits include writer/director of the major motion picture of her debut novel, Big Stone Gap, the adaptation of her novel Very Valentine and director of Then Came You. Adriana grew up in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia where she co-founded The Origin Project, an in-school writing program serving over 1,700 students in Appalachia. She is at work on her next novel for Dutton at Penguin Random House.
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"Trigiani is a master of palpable and visual detail."--Washington Post
"If you're meeting her work for the first time, get ready for a lifelong love affair."--Kathryn Stockett, author of The Help
"Delightful, energetic. . . . Trigiani is a seemingly effortless storyteller."--Boston Globe
"The author's impeccable research and lush writing style recreates a plausible day-to-day look into the actress's life as a staunch Catholic living and working in Hollywood... Eminently readable and richly imagined, Trigiani's latest will thrill her fans and surely collect new ones."--Publishers Weekly
"Trigiani re-creates the golden age of Hollywood with the same rich, sumptuous detail that distinguished The Shoemaker's Wife. Her ability to breathe life into the luminous cast of characters will captivate readers, then have them scouring Netflix for film classics of the 1930s. A tinsel-trimmed treat."--Library Journal
Trigiani gives heart to the facts and fiction of Hollywood, and in doing so she brings life to characters we've only known from the motion pictures, TV screen and radio. Her book is fiction, but the story is universal.--Clarion-Ledger (Jackson, MS)