By G. K. Chesterton
In his day, Flambeau used to be a legend of the underworld. Even now, his previous confederates take into accout with delight the Tyrolean Dairy scheme, during which he outfitted a thriving milk enterprise regardless of possessing now not a unmarried cow. yet this present day the grasp thief ultimately meets his fit. trying to thieve a necessary pass, Flambeau runs afoul of dad Brown, an ordinary-looking priest with notable perception into the legal brain. With grace, common sense, and sturdy humor, the stout little clergyman quickly reforms one in all England’s so much infamous villains.
In exciting stories resembling “The Blue Cross,” “The mystery Garden,” and “The Hammer of God,” G. okay. Chesterton’s immortal priest-detective applies his notable instinct to the main problematic of mysteries. No nook of the human soul is just too darkish for Father Brown, no villain too inventive. The Innocence of dad Brown is a testomony to the facility of religion and the excitement of a narrative good told.
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