Deborah Moggach könyvei a rukkolán

Deborah Moggach - These ​Foolish Things
Enticed ​by advertisements for a newly restored palatial hotel and filled with visions of a life of leisure, good weather and mango juice in their gin, a group of very different people leave England to begin a new life in India. On arrival they are dismayed to find the palace is a shell of its former self, the staff more than a little eccentric, and the days of the Raj long gone. But, as they soon discover, life and love can begin again, even in the most unexpected circumstances.

Deborah Moggach - Close ​to Home
Magic ​and mischief await two families as their street bakes in the summer sun. Kate struggles as she endeavours to keep up appearances for her high-flying husband, while the man next door struggles with his novel as his wife goes out to work.

Deborah Moggach - Tulip ​Fever
Amsterdam ​in the 1630s: blessed by not only commecial wealth, but also the richness of art, literature and music. Sophia Sandvoort's elderly husband Cornelis has commissioned a portrait of them both, including in it a voluptuous, striking tulip. For Cornelis, like many of his fellow Dutchmen, has made money from the precarious but rampant speculation on this exotic new flower and its bulbs which grips Holland. But between the young bride Sophia and the painter, Jan Van Loos, burns a fierce attraction. With her customary skill at capturing men and women's emotions and fears, Moggach unfolds a story of sexual betrayal and infidelity. A grand deception is conceived leading events towards a tragic climax. . . From one of our foremost contemporary writers comes her most accomplished novel to date. An exquisitely crafted novel of art and illusion, doomed love and a tulip bulb.

Deborah Moggach - Heartbreak ​Hotel
When ​retired actor Buffy decides to leave London and move to rural Wales, he has no idea what he is letting himself in for. ___In possession of a run-down bed and breakfast that leans more toward the shabby than the chic and is, quite literally, miles from nowhere, Buffy realizes that he needs to fill the beds—and fast. Otherwise, his vision of the pastoral countryside will go up in smoke. ___Enter a motley collection of guests: Harold, whose wife has run off with a younger woman; Amy, who’s been unexpectedly dumped by her (not-so) nebbishy boyfriend and Andy, the hypochondriac postman whose girlfriend is much too much for him to handle. But under Buffy’s watchful eye, this disparate group of strangers finds that they have more in common than perhaps they first thought. A charming romantic comedy that will captivate even the most determined urbanite, _Heartbreak Hotel_ is a supreme entertainment.

Deborah Moggach - Something ​to Hide
"Nobody ​in the world knows our secret...that I've ruined Bev's life, and she's ruined mine." Petra's romantic life has always been a car-crash, and even in her sixties she's still capable of getting it disastrously wrong. But then she falls in love with Jeremy, an old chum, visiting from abroad. The fatal catch? Jeremy is her best friend's husband. But just as Petra is beginning to relax into her happy ever after, she finds herself catapulted to West Africa, and to Bev, her best friend who she’s been betraying so spectacularly. Meanwhile, on opposite sides of the world, two other women are also struggling with the weight of betrayal: Texan Lorrie is about to embark on the biggest deception of her life, and in China Li-Jing is trying to understand exactly what it is her husband does on his West African business trips… It turns out that no matter wherever you are in the world, everyone has something to hide. Can Bev – can anyone – be trusted?

Deborah Moggach - The ​Ex-Wives
From ​the bestselling author of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Meet Buffy. With three ex-wives, a failing career and only his dog George for company, Buffy's bachelorhood is looking worryingly confirmed. Until he meets Celeste. Dazzled by love, Buffy has no idea that Celeste is systematically researching his ex-wives, children and step-children, and unearthing secrets that will change all their lives…

Deborah Moggach - Libikóka
A ​Price família átlagos, jómódú angol család - tágas ház, jól menő cég, elegáns állás, előkelő iskolák. Egy szép napon még floridai utazást is nyernek, és képük bekerül a lapokba. Kisvártatva nyomtalanul eltűnik a tizenhét éves Hannah. Amikor az emberrablók félmillió font váltságdíjat követelnek érte, a család minden erejét összeszedi, hogy a lányt kiválthassa. Ám a történet akkor veszi igazán kezdetét, amikor Hannah visszatér. Mi történik egy családdal, ha elveszítik a házukat, a társadalmi rangjukat, minden vagyonukat? Miként hullik szét egy addig boldog közösség a bűntudat és a pénztelenség súlya alatt, hogyan kényszerülnek a családtagok szembesülni önmagukkal? És ez még nem minden. Hannah megdöbbentő meglepetést tartogat valamennyiük, sőt az elrablói számára is... Deborah Moggach, a méltán nagy sikert aratott Tulipánláz szerzője a sorsdöntő véletlenek írója. Éles szemmel pillantja meg azokat a véletlen történéseket, amelyek egymással összetalálkozva sarkaiból forgatják ki hősei világát. És mikor azt hisszük, több fordulat már nem lehetséges, Moggach még mindig képes csavarintani egyet a mesén.

Deborah Moggach - Stolen
From ​the bestselling author of Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. Always a rebel, Marianne was the first girl in her class to bleach her hair and learn how to smoke. A few boyfriends and one abortion later she falls in love with Salim, the proud and elegant Pakistani with eyes like treacle. East meets West in a passionate mixed marriage. However, Marianne knows little of the Islamic view of motherhood. When his wife proves unfaithful, Salim reasons that she is morally incapable of bringing up her children and kidnaps them while she is at work...

Deborah Moggach - Tulipánláz
Varázslatos ​regény szerelmi praktikákról, tulipánokról, festészetről, Sorsról. 1630-as évek, Amszterdam. Virágzik a művészet és a kereskedelem, s egy különös szenvedély kezd hódítani: a tulipánláz... Sophia, a szép, fiatal és szegény lány feleségül megy a gazdag, idős kereskedőhöz, hogy megmentse családját. Jan Van Loos, a tehetséges fiatal festőzseni felkérést kap, hogy fesse meg a házaspár portréját... Deborach Moggach, az ünnepelt angol írónő regénye shakespeare-i fordulatokban bővelkedő, letehetetlenül izgalmas történet, s egyben időutazás egy különleges helyre, egy különleges korba. A mű megfilmesítésének jogát Steven Spielberg vásárolta meg.

Deborah Moggach - The ​Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
When ​Ravi Kapoor, an over-worked London doctor, is driven beyond endurance by his obnoxious father-in-law, he asks his wife: 'Can't we just send him away somewhere? Somewhere far, far away.' His prayer seems to have been answered when his entrepreneurial cousin, Sonny, sets up a retirement home, recreating a lost corner of England in a converted guesthouse in Bangalore. Travel and set-up are inexpensive, staff willing and plentiful - and the British pensioners can enjoy the hot weather and take mango juice with their gin. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel is a brilliant comedy of manners, mixing acute observation with a deeper message about how different cultures cope in the modern world. First published with the title These Foolish Things

Deborah Moggach - The ​Black Dress
Pru ​is on her own. But then, so are plenty of other people. And while the loneliness can be overwhelming, surely she'll find a party somewhere? 'Moggach is at the height of her powers' Sunday Times Pru's husband has walked out, leaving her alone to contemplate her future. She's missing not so much him, but the life they once had - picnicking on the beach with small children, laughing together, nestling up like spoons in the cutlery drawer as they sleep. Now there's just a dip on one side of the bed and no-one to fill it. In a daze, Pru goes off to a friend's funeral. Usual old hymns, words of praise and a eulogy but...it doesn't sound like the friend Pru knew. And it isn't. She's gone to the wrong service. Everyone was very welcoming, it was - oddly - a laugh, and more excitement than she's had for ages. So she buys a little black dress in a charity shop and thinks, now I'm all set, why not go to another? I mean, people don't want to make a scene at a funeral, do they? No-one will challenge her - and what harm can it do?