Ortodoxia

Numa época em que a Europa dava os primeiros passos para tornar-se uma sociedade pós-cristã, um intelectual de grosso calibre, cansado do cinismo reinante e do fascínio...

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The Secret Of Father Brown

Flambeau, once the most famous criminal in France and later a very private detective in England, had long retired from both professions. Some say a career of crime had left him...

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The Scandal Of Father Brown

It would not be fair to record the adventures of Father Brown, without admitting that he was once involved in a grave scandal. There still are persons, perhaps even of his own...

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The Paradise of Thieves

Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874-1936) was an English writer best known for his fictional priest-detective, Father Brown.In The Paradise of Thieves, Father Brown is travelling in...

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The Honour of Israel Gow A Father Brown Mystery

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...

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The Invisible Man A Father Brown Mystery

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...

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The Queer Feet A Father Brown Mystery

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...

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The Innocence Of Father Brown

Father Brown is a fictional Roman Catholic priest and amateur detective who is featured in 53 short stories published between 1910 and 1936 written by English novelist G. K....

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The Wisdom Of Father Brown

The Wisdom of Father Brown by G. K. Chesterton. The second volume of stories featuring the most unlikely detective in literature, The ingenious amateur detective Father Brown is...

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The Trees Of Pride

Three trees, known as the Peacock trees, are blamed by the peasants for the fever that has killed many. Squire Vane scoffs at this legend as superstition. To prove them wrong,...

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