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British & Irish
  • Author:
    Marion Chesney
  • ISBN:
    0312929021
  • ISBN13:
    978-0312929022
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  • Publisher:
    St Martins Pr (September 1, 1992)
  • Subcategory:
    British & Irish
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  • Rating:
    4.7
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Book 5 of 6 in the Travelling Matchmaker Series.

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Deborah Goes to Dover book. I remember reading a slew of Marion Chesney novels when my children were very young. They were just the right kind of light, mindless entertainment that I needed at the time

Deborah Goes to Dover book. They were just the right kind of light, mindless entertainment that I needed at the time. I had to read things that were very put-downabl. ooks that would not consume me. My free time to read was very limited. Basically, all of the books in any given Marion Chesney series were the same book. She had a formula, and stuck to it.

Marion Gibbons (née Chesney; 10 June 1936 – 30 December 2019) was a Scottish writer of romance and mystery novels since 1979. She wrote numerous successful historical romance novels under a form of her maiden name, Marion Chesney, including the Travelling Matchmaker and Daughters of Mannerling series. Using the pseudonym M. C. Beaton, she also wrote many popular mystery novels, most notably the Agatha Raisin and Hamish Macbeth mystery series

Items related to Deborah Goes to Dover (Travelling Matchmaker). In another of her lighthearted Regency romps, Chesney follows Hannah Pym on her fifth adventure in the Travelling Matchmaker series that started with Emily Goes to Brighton

Items related to Deborah Goes to Dover (Travelling Matchmaker). Marion Chesney Deborah Goes to Dover (Travelling Matchmaker). ISBN 13: 9780312069520. Deborah Goes to Dover (Travelling Matchmaker). In another of her lighthearted Regency romps, Chesney follows Hannah Pym on her fifth adventure in the Travelling Matchmaker series that started with Emily Goes to Brighton. During a coach trip to Dover, the intrepid Miss Pym encounters the hoydenish Lady Deborah Western, who, dressed as a boy, is being escorted to a prizefight by her scapegrace twin brother, Lord William.

Deborah goes to Dover. Deborah goes to Dover. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

The Traveling Matchmaker. Authors: Marion Chesney, . Related Series: A House for the Season, Poor Relation, Regency Royal, Changing Fortunes, Ladies in Love. by Marion Chesney & . Beaton includes books Emily Goes to Exeter, Belinda Goes to Bath, Penelope Goes to Portsmouth, and several more. Emily Goes to Exeter. Beaton, Marion Chesney.

Marion Chesney (Marion McChesney) (born 1936) is a popular and prolific author

Marion Chesney (Marion McChesney) (born 1936) is a popular and prolific author. She has written numerous successful historical romance novels under her own name, including the Travelling Matchmaker and Daughters of Mannerling series. Beaton, she has also written many popular mystery novels, most notably the Agatha Raisin and Hamish Macbeth mystery series. 2 A House for the Season Series. 3 The School For Manners. 4 The Travelling Matchmaker. 6 The Daughters of Mannerling Series.

Miss Pym has her matchmaking work cut out for her when, enroute to Dover, she meets Lady Deborah Western, a lovely lady who is determined to be a tomboy. Reprint.

Hrguig
I save MC Beaton and use it as the fancy restaurants do sherbet; it cleanses my reading pallet for starting a heavy duty novel or history. She is delightful, doesn't tax my tired brain and prepares me for another "heavy" book. Beaton is wonderful, she is light, funny and always teaches me a new word or two! Therefore I know that the the mispelled word in the beginning, and the other mistake was not hers, but more than likely the fault of whoever took the book apart and prepared it for Kindle....I just cannot accept my favorite author would make 2 mistakes and her editors not catch it!

That being said this book is great fun, new words, wonderful twists and turns, I never know where Ms. Beaton is going to take us, but she always deliver a grand ending, and they always live happily ever after for eternity., since as we know, books live on longer than we do, and isn't that the best part of reading? entering different countries, different centureieas, and learning as much as we can?
Delaath
Yes, two more couples are to be married thanks to Miss Pym's matchmaking skills. Her dangerous pursuers have been handled. Miss Pym's footman has turned into a real personality. No one is trying to murder her and she is free to start her next journey to York on the Flying Machine. Too bad London is agog with the gossip about Miss Pym and she is not aware. So sad there is only one more book left!
Yndanol
Another enjoyable entry to the travelling matchmaker series! My only con about this series is that they are short reads, even for MC Beaton (AKA Marion Chesney- among other names). That said, I truly enjoy Miss Pym.
Wild Python
All of these books are a bit silly and fun to read when you want a little escape. Some of the characters are funny and of course, there is romance, disappointment and true love. Formulaic but habit forming.
Deeroman
Deborah Goes to Dover is a fun read. It showcases Benjamin, Miss Pym's footman, in his most endearing and humorous behavior. I really love his character.
Dawncrusher
You just can't beat M.C. Beaton for a light read. As usual, you can read all through this book in one sitting if you wish to do so. Her stories offer very few real surprises, but she writes so engagingly that you truly don't care.
Water
I love to read this series on my plane trips. They make me smile and the time goes so fast. Very enjoyable.
This was part of a series and I was anxious to find out what happened next. The characters are finely drawn and the historical setting is excellently portrayed so I could picture it. It is witty and has a dry humor to it that is refreshing and entertaining. Love this author!