By G. K. Chesterton
Critic, writer, and debunker extraordinaire, G. okay. Chesterton (1874–1936) thrilled in probing the ambiguities of Christian theology. a few his so much profitable makes an attempt at combining high-quality fiction with acute social commentary look during this unique choice from his most sensible detective tales that includes the priest-sleuth Father Brown.
A Chestertonian model of Sherlock Holmes, this little cleric from Essex — with "a face as around and boring as a Norfolk dumpling" and "eyes as empty because the North Sea" — seems in six suspenseful, well-plotted stories: "The Blue Cross," "The Sins of Prince Saradine," "The signal of the damaged Sword," "The guy within the Passage," "The Perishing of the Pendragons," and "The Salad of Colonel Cray."
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