Father Brown Stories
Immortalized in these famous stories, G. K. Chesterton's endearing amateur sleuth has entertained countless generations of readers. For, as his admirers know, Father Brown's cherubic face and unworldly simplicity, his glasses and his huge umbrella, disguise a quite uncanny understanding of the criminal mind at work. This edition includes seven tales from a number of G. K. Chesterton's 'Father Brown' books.
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Father Brown is characterized by being little, nearsighted, and clever. He is an amateur sleuth, often solving mysteries that others cannot, simply by listening closely and reasoning through the ... Read full review
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