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eBooks by GK Chesterton. 15 eBook omnibus collection of GK Chesterton.
Novels Include: Innocence of Father Brown, Manalive, and others. Full list of eBooks: All Things Considered, The Innocence of Father Brown, The Wisdom of Father Brown, The Incredulity of Father Brown, The Secret of Father Brown, The Scandal of Father Brown, Magic, Manalive, The Ball and The Cross, The Club of Queer Trades, The Flying Inn, The Man Who Knew Too Much, The Man Who Was Thursday, The Napoleon of Notting Hill, and The Paradoxes of Mr Pond.
The Innocence of Father Brown by GK Chesterton. Father Brown's powers of detection allow him to sit beside the immortal Holmes but he is also, to quote Rufus King, 'in all senses a most pleasantly fascinating human being.' You will be enchanted by the scandalously innocent man of the cloth, with the umbrella, who exhibits such uncanny insight into ingeniously tricky human problems. Manalive by GK Chesterton Light-hearted work introduces Innocent Smith, a bubbly, eccentric gentleman of questionable character, into the lives of a group of young disillusioned people-and the result is inspired, high-spirited nonsense.
Perhaps the most light-hearted of all Chesterton's serious works, Manalive pits a group of disillusioned young people against Mr. Innocent Smith, a bubbly, high-spirited gentleman who literally falls into their midst. Accused of murder and denounced for repeatedly marrying his wife and attempting to live in various houses (all of which turn out to be his own), Smith prompts his newfound acquaintances to recognize an important idea: that life is worth living.
The Man Who Was Thursday by GK Chesterton The seven members of the Central Anarchist Council call themselves by the names of the days of the week. But events soon cast a doubt upon their real identities, for Thursday is not the passionate young poet he appears...
· You can only acces first few chapters of each novel