Natalie is stuck in a dead end job, so when she sees a chance to change her life, she takes it. After all it's only a minor crime, it won't hurt anyone, will it? But other people do get hurt, like Colin the man Natalie marries, because Natalie's actions do have consequences, tragic consequences.
Praise for "Tulip Fever":
"Sumptuous and enthralling... her characters are thoroughly known and their contortions in the cage of materialism are evoked with compassion, wit and humour." - "The Times"
"Deborah Moggach can fit a complex idea onto a postage stamp... ordinary human crises are described tersely, compassionately, and with a wit as dry as the Sahara." - "Independent"
Deborah Moggach is the author of thirteen previous novels, the most recent being Tulip Fever. Her TV screenplays include her own Close Relations and the highly acclaimed Love in a Cold Climate for the BBC. She is Chair of the Society of Authors and lives in London.