Chesterton / Timson: Innocence of Father Brown

Chesterton / Timson SKU: 15097200
Chesterton / Timson: Innocence of Father Brown

Chesterton / Timson: Innocence of Father Brown

Chesterton / Timson SKU: 15097200

Format: CD

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Title: Innocence of Father Brown
Artist: Chesterton / Timson
Label: Naxos Audio Books
UPC: 9789626349731
Genre: Books on Tape/Cd

The unremarkable Catholic priest, Father Brown, combines intuition and a profound interest in human nature to solve more crimes that are seemingly improbable. A prophet of a new religion appears in Westminster. Why does an Italian Prince seek exile in Norfolk? Who killed a jovial old philanthropist, and why? a decadent poet is inexplicably murdered in his own home. Did God kill a priest's brother? What really happened in a British battle glorified in history? This second volume of stories from the Innocence of Father Brown presents six crimes, which are at times surreal, bi.

1.1 The Wrong Shape
1.2 The Young Man
1.3 Exactly in Their Path
1.4 He Sank Into Silence
1.5 Here Also He Found a Drama
1.6 The Storm That Had Slackened
1.7 Dear Father Brown
1.8 The Sins of Prince Saradine
1.9 The Boat Took Many Such Grassy Corners
2.1 Prince Saradine Distributed
2.2 The New Comer Had Dull
2.3 I Will Save My Master
2.4 As He Sat on the Steps
2.5 But Prince Saradine Bore Another Burden
2.6 The Hammer of God
2.7 And with That He Turned
2.8 He Was Silent a Moment
2.9 The Inspector Seemed
2.10 And with That the Old Little Man
2.11 Immediately Beneath and About Them
3.1 The Eye of Apollo
3.2 She Certainly Had a Temper
3.3 At Last the Tall Figure
3.4 Reader of the Books of Evil
3.5 There Is a Paper Over Here
3.6 Miss Joan Stacey
3.7 The Sign of the Broken Sword
3.8 They Descended the Precipitous Path
3.9 Anyhow, the Story Fizzled Out
3.10 There Are Three More Bits of Evidence
4.1 But All These Levities
4.2 Flambeau Seemed Suddenly Galvanised
4.3 The Warmer Glow Behind
4.4 The Three Tools of Death
4.5 A Window in Mertons Mind
4.6 At That Height
4.7 The Next Fact of Which They Were Conscious
4.8 This Request Forced the Communicative Cleric
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