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This paperback Father Brown edition includes generous footnotes (not available in other editions) which help to clarify the literary and historical allusions made by Father Brown. It is based on the texts of the original editions by Chesterton for assurance of complete authenticity, and is set in easily readable type.
These are excellent short detective yarns in the classic British tradition of Sherlock Holmes - puzzling concoctions of mysterious crimes, dubious suspects and ambiguous clues. They are among the very best of the Father Brown stories.
"There have been many collections of Father Brown stories, but none like this one. It is a superb collection." -Martin Gardner, Editor, The Annotated Innocence of Father Brown
"This collection could not be more timely, both for Chesterton and for Catholicism. One cannot properly appreciate Chesterton unless one at least understands the Catholic Church and, I would venture to say, one will not properly understand the Church unless one appreciates G.K. Chesterton."-Michael Coren, Author, Gilbert: The Man Who Was G.K. Chesterton
"Golden nuggets of Chesterton paradox, his particular contribution to the detective story, which made use of his uncanny ability to provide answers to puzzles that are both startling and yet satisfying."-Alzina Stone Dale
G. K. Chesterton was one of the most beloved writers of the 20th century, quoted more often than any other writer. He wrote dozens of popular books on numerous topics, as well as thousands of essays. His books include Orthodoxy, The Everlasting Man, The Man Who Was Thursday, Father Brown Stories and many more.
John Peterson, a longtime Chestertonian, has written seven books and numerous articles for popular and scholarly journals.