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«B. J. Harrison Reads The Flying Stars» by G.K.Chesterton

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«B. J. Harrison Reads The Flying Stars» by G.K.Chesterton

«B. J. Harrison Reads The Flying Stars» by G.K.Chesterton
English | MP3@192 kbps | 36 min | 49.9 MB

It is the day after Christmas. Colonel Adams and his daughter are throwing a party. The neighbor, the girl’s uncle, her godfather and the local priest Father Brown are invited. The uncle comes up with a plan: they are going to arrange a masquerade play with costumes. It seems like a very good idea, until the three diamonds the girl’s godfather had brought her as a gift disappeared from his pocket. Luckily Father Brown is there and he will try to solve this case as quickly as possible. Will his intuition be enough or will a further investigation have to be led? Find out who the thief is in "The Flying Stars".

B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales Podcast back in 2007, wanting to breathe new life into classic stories. He masterfully plays with a wide array of voices and accents and has since then produced over 500 audiobooks. Now in collaboration with SAGA Egmont, his engaging narration of these famous classics is available to readers everywhere.

Gilbert Keith Chesterton was an English writer who lived in the period 1874-1936. He was a prolific journalist and wrote over 4,000 newspaper essays. He even had his own newspaper "G.K.’s Weekly" which he edited himself. He was also a very successful critic with a wide variety of interests, including history, philosophy, theology and economics. This led him to leave an enormous literary legacy with a wide diversity of topics. He wrote novels, short stories, mysteries and poems. His writing was often marked by a sense of humor, which he employed while discussing serious topics, and because of that he was nicknamed "the prince of paradox". Some of his best known works are "The Everlasting Man", "The Napoleon of Notting Hill" and "Charles Dickens: A Critical Study".