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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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  • Chukwunonso U.

    Great short story

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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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  • Linda A.

    What a clever & entertaining short story. I could have listened longer !

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  • Anonymous

    Of course, Mark Twain’s wit and ability as a wordsmith shine as does the crafting of the tale itself. He is so masterful. However, most importantly, the narrator does an excellent job giving each character a distinctive voice and makes this an enjoyable listen.

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  • Lorraine Simpson

    I really enjoyed this book, father Brown, an unlikely Detective is a great read/listen. The way he out wits the criminal is very clever.

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  • Anonymous

    Thank you for this story beautiful

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  • Catsmum

    I enjoy Father Brown stories, this was a good one and the narration was good too.

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  • Anonymous

    An American who can’t pronounce English place names is a big failure for me. Quirky little story based on a strong literary character. Having read some of the stories it was predictable.

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  • Elizabeth A.

    I liked the characters and the author's affection for them.

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  • Kelly

    My only complaint is that it was too short

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