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The Nashville Public Library hosts novelist Adriana Trigiani tonight

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Adriana Trigiani’s new novel, THE SHOEMAKER’S WIFE is a sweeping saga inspired by her grandparents’ immigrant love story. It is the novel Trigiani says she was always meant to write. Known for her authentic characters and ability to write love into truth, Trigiani is a bestseller with a magic touch. But her honest exploration of her grandparents coming together in THE SHOEMAKER’S WIFE is a timeless and powerful tour de force. It’s the sort of story that captivates completely - causing readers to forget to eat, sleep, or work over reading. A consuming and imaginative new world that is as relatable as it is wonderous, it's near impossible to put down.

Through her lush and evocative prose, Trigiani showcases Italy’s majestic vistas and abundant culture, as well as the sights and sounds of a New York brimming with opportunity and innovation. Trigiani’s story is an exploration of love and marriage, the bonds of friendship, and building and preserving family, proving that one hundred years later these universal ideals are as important as ever.

To mark the launch of her new novel, Trigiani be appearing tonight, Wednesday, April 18, at the Nashville Public Library at 6:15pm. It is an event not to be missed, as the magic of a master storyteller such as Adriana Trigiani is as potent as her unputdownable THE SHOEMAKER'S WIFE.


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