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In the freezing English countryside, Father Brown leads Flambeau to the many monuments and shrines of the great General St. Claire. "Sacred to the Memory of General Sir Arthur St. Clare, Hero and Martyr, who Always Vanquished his Enemies and Always Spared Them, and Was Treacherously Slain by Them At Last. May God in Whom he Trusted both Reward and Revenge him." is the inscription that they read on each of them. Flambeau knows nothing of him but listens to the story of this man as Father Brown tells it. Was St. Claire truly a hero and martyr? What is the mystery behind his last foolish and hopeless charge against an overwhelming enemy? This detective story delves into human psychology for many of the clues to unravel the tangled threads. A fascinating story and said to be one of Chesterton's best Fr.Brown stories.
This is one of the better readers I have listened to (I also didn’t have a big problem with pronunciations) and thought the person who wrote the review should have had help with editing it before posting it, I do agree that Chesterton’s characters are more appealing to me than those I have come to know of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s. Very entertaining!
each chapter is a short story of a mystery Father Brown has solved. They will keep you guessing until the end, wonderfully written.
Interesting stories and the reader was just fine. I suppose it's good to not know how some places are supposed to be pronounced since it didn't annoy me a bit.
Always good stories, the reader is quite good
The stories hold ones attention and cause one to think. The reader is a bit stilted at first but grows more comfortable
Enjoyable engaging stories well read.
Oh dear, Mr Roberg....you really should learn how English town names and other words like "islet" are pronounced before commencing a reading of a great classic book series! For your information: Harwich is NOT pronounced har-which! It's "harridge"; Hartlepool is pronounced "hart-lee-pool" and really you should know that a small island is an islet (eye-let) NOT "...izlet" ??!!! Having been listening to wonderful audio books read by competent people who do all the different voices and accents beautifully, I am giving up on listening to this.
Great story..excellent reader!
Love these stories and love Brian Roberg. I can listen to it many times. I enjoy it so much.
Great stories! Very clear narration.