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The Blue Cross

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Michael Scott

0 Hours 48 Minutes

Thought Audio

January 2007

Audio Book Summary

The Blue Cross is the first Father Brown short story by Chesterton, who went on to write an entire series of Father Brown Mysteries. In this story, Aristide Valentin, head of the Paris Police, is on the trail of the world's most famous criminal, Flambeau, who is a master of disguise, and may appear to be anyone. Valentin deduces that Flambeau is going to try and steal The Blue Cross, a priceless silver cross with precious blue stones. Valentin must stop him, but in this case it is actually Father Brown who is the better detective.

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  • Patricia B.

    Absolutely wonderful. The end is a joyous s surprise.

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  • James S.

    Agree with other reviewers - very clever.

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  • Catherine A.

    Being a fan of the BBC series Father Brown, it didn’t take long for me to catch onto the story plot. Very enjoyable!

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  • Monica D.

    Very adicting reading. Very clever.

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  • Chukwunonso U.

    Great short story

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  • Anonymous

    Very fond of this narrator.

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  • Linda M.

    Great book

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  • Anonymous

    boring and difficult to get into the story. I know didn't finish it.

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  • Ann W.

    Enjoyed easy listen.

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  • Anonymous

    I love GK Chesterton and the Father Brown stories, and this is a good one, but I must say that the narrator is not great. He doesn't place emphasis on the right words and mispronounces others. I wish a British actor had done the reading instead.

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