The Complete Father Brown (Father Brown Mystery) by G. K. Chesterton

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About the whole Father Brown Mysteries via G. okay. Chesterton

Father Brown, the most clever and tasty characters to emerge from English detective fiction, first made his visual appeal within the Innocence of dad Brown in 1911. That first selection of tales tested G.K. Chesterton's kindly cleric within the entrance rank of eccentric sleuths. This assortment includes the favorite Father Brown tales, exhibiting a quiet wit and compassion that has endeared him to many, when fixing his mysteries by way of a mix of mind's eye and a sympathetic worldliness in a wide ranging demeanour.

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It threw little illumination on Father Brown himself, who seemed a mere dark outline against the dim sunset window behind him. But it threw an almost theatrical light on the man who stood outside the cloak room in the corridor. He was an elegant man in very plain evening dress; tall, but with an air of not taking up much room; one felt that he could have slid along like a shadow where many smaller men would have been obvious and obstructive. His face, now flung back in the lamplight, was swarthy and vivacious, the face of a foreigner.

Simon,” he said, “you have a strong head-piece, and I heard you this morning asking the five hardest questions about this business. ” Simon’s pince-nez dropped from his nose in his doubt and wonder, but he answered at once. ” asked O’Brien, with interest. ” asked Father Brown. ” “Twigs,” said the priest gloomily, and turned to the window which looked on the scene of death. “No one saw the point of the twigs. Why should they lie on that lawn (look at it) so far from any tree? They were not snapped off; they were chopped off.

He himself was a Conservative, even in private life. He had a roll of grey hair over the back of his collar, like certain old-fashioned statesmen, and seen from behind he looked like the man the empire wants. Seen from the front he looked like a mild, self-indulgent bachelor, with rooms in the Albany — which he was. As has been remarked, there were twenty-four seats at the terrace table, and only twelve members of the club. Thus they could occupy the terrace in the most luxurious style of all, being ranged along the inner side of the table, with no one opposite, commanding an uninterrupted view of the garden, the colours of which were still vivid, though evening was closing in somewhat luridly for the time of year.

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