Brown's Farm Children Books First Trilogy is the first of a continuing series of fictional stories about life on the make-believe Brown's Farm in the early 's. Each story focuses on how certain individuals or animals come to live on the Chocolate Brown Sketch Book. Each paperback sketchbook includes Each paperback sketchbook includes blank sheets pages back and front , Notebook sized 7.
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Description The colossus of crime leaned over to the little rustic priest with a sort of sudden interest. He had lived prosperously for about twenty years entirely on duplicate brown-paper parcels. And so, you see, when I began to suspect you, I thought of this poor chap's way of doing it at once.
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The Complete “Father Brown”, by G. K. Chesterton
One of detective fiction's most idiosyncratic and best-loved characters, G. Chesterton's Father Brown is both a diminutive, genial clergyman and a master sleuth. In these two stories involving the ingenious, unobtrusive priest, a murdered man denounces his killer with his dying breaths, and a brilliant French inspector follows a trail of gentil carnage across London.
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