„If you know what a man's doing, get in front of him; but if you want to guess what he's doing keep behind him.“

—  Gilbert Keith Chesterton, livro The Innocence of Father Brown

The Innocence of Father Brown (1911) The Blue Cross
The Father Brown Mystery Series (1910 - 1927)

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