The Innocence Of Father Brown
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From the city of London have emerged two of the greatest detectives the world has ever known. One of them is Sherlock Holmes, a man of science. This play is not about him. The other crime solver is Father Brown, a man of God. No less a master of deductive reasoning than Holmes, Brown is informed by his spiritual vocation in matters of the human heart, mind and motivation. It is an invaluable resource. Father Brown is called upon to match wits with a master thief and not one but several diabolical murderers. The London police are baffled. Fortunately, because they have Father Brown on their side, they can do more than pray for a good outcome. But, considering Father Brown is a priest, they can do that, too. Additionally, Father Brown is called upon to assist two young lovers in trouble. With a probing mind and uncanny powers of observation, Father Brown is able to solve the most vicious of crimes, while yet retaining a belief in the power of goodness and the possibility of redemption.
Thru - Apr 28, 2013