Adriana Trigiani Reads from Her Sun-Drenched Novel, The Good Left Undone
From Damian Barr’s Literary Salon Podcast
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As the weather warms, we’re bringing you a sun-drenched mid-century novel from the international bestselling author Adriana Trigiani. In The Good Left Undone, we’re treated to a family saga that spans a century, taking us from Italy to the UK and back again. Through the generations, the Cabrellis have been subject to the tides of history and it is up to Matelda, the matriarch nearing the end of her life, to pass on their legacy before it’s too late. Trust Adriana to offer up lush descriptions that will transport the senses in a book that you’ll want to savour, about love, family, and long-held secrets.
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