For Adults. New York Times bestselling author Adriana Trigiani will be returning to Carroll County with her sweeping new novel, The Good Left Undone. Hailed by USA Today as one of the “reigning queens of women’s fiction, Trigiani has written 20 books, which have been published in 38 languages. Along with her viral Facebook Live series, Adriana Ink, where she interviews bestselling authors and celebrities like Matthew McConaughey, James Patterson, Taylor Jenkin Reid, and more, to over 445,000 weekly viewers, she’s also a producer and filmmaker — including writing and directing the film adaptation of her debut novel, Big Stone Gap. With The Good Left Undone, Trigiani returns to her Italian roots. Alternating between the present day and the first half of the 20th century, on the picturesque shores of Viagreggio, Italy, and the wide pastures of Glasgow, The Good Left Undone brings readers into multiple generations of the Cabrelli family. It is a story about family and legacy, love and loss, identity and belonging — and above all, it is a story that examines the meaning of home while your home is in turmoil. Tickets are $29 each and includes a copy of the book. Visit site for details or call the Carroll Arts Center box office at 410-848-7272.