The Invisible Man: Stories from the Innocence of Father Brown

Listeners will delight in these masterful chronicles of the adventures and mishaps of Father Brown Small, round faced and engagingly innocent, Brown is a Roman Catholic priest from East Anglia He also happens to be a top notch detective, possessing that rarest of all gifts an intuition that never fails.
The Invisible Man Stories from the Innocence of Father Brown Listeners will delight in these masterful chronicles of the adventures and mishaps of Father Brown Small round faced and engagingly innocent Brown is a Roman Catholic priest from East Anglia He also

  • Title: The Invisible Man: Stories from the Innocence of Father Brown
  • Author: G.K. Chesterton
  • ISBN: 9780886464554
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Audio Cassette
  • 1 thought on “The Invisible Man: Stories from the Innocence of Father Brown”

    1. Opening lines:In the cool blue twilight of two steep streets in Camden Town, the shop at the corner, a confectioner's glowed like the butt of a cigar. One should rather say, perhaps, like the butt of a firework, for the light was of many colors and some complexity, broken up by many mirrors and dancing on many gilt and gaily-coloured cakes and sweetmeats.

    2. The Invisible Man, is a short story from book five of the 'The Innocence of Father Brown' saga. The Sherlock Holmesean plot sees the hero of the piece, Angus, on the hunt for a criminal who commits a murder of ma man under the guard of 4 men, none of whom see him and such dub him “The Invisible Man. Angus enlists the help of Flambeau, a thief turned detective and a Roman catholic priest Father Brown to assist in solving the case. It is essentially a locked room mystery which seeming picks up o [...]

    3. Fri, 25 July 2014Episode 376, The Invisible Man- A Father Brown Mystery, by G.K. ChestertonA spectral voice haunts a dwarfish inventor. Murderous notes are delivered in impossible ways. Finally, Father Brown aids in solving a murder that simply couldn’t have happened. G.K. Chesterton, today on The Classic Tales Podcast. classictalesbsyn/episod

    4. I love stories where the facts lie in what you perceive rather than what you actually see for the difference is quite the blade between the ribs.

    5. HmmmmIt had some good points, speaking about class and appearance. But there wasn't anything particularly special about it.

    6. I quite enjoyed this short read, smartly written, entertaining and mysterious until the end. Nice twist at the end.

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