We can hear the prosecco corks popping. The Shoemaker’s Wife, by librarian favorite Adriana Trigiani debuts at #5 on the NYT bestseller list this week; the author’s highest spot to date.
Trigiani says she changed genres for this book, in response to her readers, who asked her to write a “big lush saga.” She based the story on the life of one of her grandmothers (who is featured in her nonfiction title, Don’t Sing at the Table: Lessons from My Grandmothers, 2010).
Below, she thanks librarians for their support during the HarperCollins Buzz panel at ALA MidWinter in January:
Audio, read by Annabella Sciorra & Adriana Trigiani; HarperAudio and BOT audio
Author Web site: AdrianaTrigiani.com