|Statement||by G. K. Chesterton.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.C4265 Fo2, PR4453.C4 Fo2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 309,  p.|
|Number of Pages||309|
|LC Control Number||31030705|
Mar 14, · Four Faultless Felons () includes The Moderate Murderer, The Honest Quack, The Ecstatic Thief, and The Loyal Traitor. The individual stories were first published in and in London magazines; soon thereafter all four were published together as Four Faultless Felons ().Reviews: Four Faultless Felons, Manalive, The Flying Inn, The Club of Queer Trades, The Man Who Knew Too Much, (5 Books) by G.K. Chesterton | May 13, Paperback. Mar 01, · In the prologue of this intriguing Chesterton work, an American journalist discovers that Count Raoul de Marillac, the intended subject of his expose, is, in reality, a model of virtue. Indeed he is president of the Club of Men Misunderstood, which includes among its members four other "faultless felons." show more/5(). Four Faultless Felons () includes The Moderate Murderer, The Honest Quack, The Ecstatic Thief, and The Loyal Traitor. The individual stories were first published in and in London magazines; soon thereafter all four were published together as Four Faultless Felons ()/5(2).
The Paperback of the Four Faultless Felons by G. K. Chesterton at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more! Holiday Shipping Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help3/5(2). The books contained in this volume are: Four Faultless Felons Manalive The Flying Inn The Club of Queer Trades The Man Who Knew Too Much Read more Read less "Ninth House" by Leigh Bardugo "Ninth House is one of the best fantasy novels I’ve read in larep-immo.com: G.K. Chesterton. A series of four intertwined novellas whose central characters appear to be involved in murder, fraud, theft and treason. "Dazzling reading from cover to cover." — The New York Times. Yet it is because of this highly improbable anecdote that the Count de Marillac stands at the opening of this book, to introduce the four stories which were put forth as parallels to his own. But there was one fact which struck the journalist as odd even at the beginning.
At the end of the book, the Four Faultless Felons propose that a certain newspaper reporter also be made a member of their little club, since he has a reputation of being aggressive and rude to everybody in order to get his stories, when in fact he is very polite and finds that people are only too willing to . G.K. Chesterton () was one of the greatest and most prolific writers of the 20th century. A convert to Catholicism, he is well known for his Father Brown mystery stories and for his reasoned defense of the Christian faith. This scarce first edition of Four Faultless Felons won early critical praise as “dazzling reading from cover to cover” (New York Times). Here Chesterton brings together four innovative detective novellas: The Moderate Murderer, The Honest Quack, The Ecstatic Thief and The Loyal Traitor. His unusual “felons” are “members of what might be dubbed a ‘Club of Men Misunderstood. Four Faultless Felons includes The Moderate Murderer, The Honest Quack, The Ecstatic Thief, and The Loyal Traitor. Chesterton's protagonist's faultless crimes include: murder, fraud, theft, and treason. They are motivated by good intentions of course, by altr.