Tag Archives: G.K. Chesterton

September 11

Father Brown Mysteries (Volume 1): The Innocence of Father Brown by G. K. Chesterton

Mystery stories set in pre-WWI London, featuring Father Brown, a Roman Catholic priest with deep insight into criminals and crime — the Lt. Columbo of his day. “[Father Brown] is one of the greatest of all great detective figures…His field of knowledge is human nature, and his skills are observation, reason, and common sense.” KINGSLEY […]

September 10

Father Brown Mysteries (Volume 2): Ten Classic Cases by G.K. Chesterton

“[Father Brown] is one of the greatest of all great detective figures…His field of knowledge is human nature, and his skills are observation, reason, and common sense.” KINGSLEY AMIS “The Father Brown stories are brilliantly written in a style richly complex, imaginative, vigorous, poetic, and spiced with paradoxes…Chesterton was one of the first writers of […]