7 edition of The Man Who Knew Too Much (Large Print Edition) found in the catalog.
May 5, 2007
Written in English
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The Man Who Knew Too Much and other stories () is a book of detective stories by English writer G. K. Chesterton, published in by Cassell and Company in the United Kingdom, and Harper Brothers in the United States. The book contains eight connected short stories about "The Man Who Knew Too Much", and additional unconnected stories featuring separate heroes/detectives. Horne Fisher is the man who ‘knows too much and all the wrong things’. He and his trusty companion Harold March take on the world of crime among societies most eminent members in eight classic mysteries. Fisher has a brilliant mind and powers of deduction - but he always faces a moral dilemma.3/5(3).
The eight adventures in this classic British mystery trace the activities of Horne Fisher, the man who knew too much, and his trusted friend Harold March. Although Horne's keen mind and powerful deductive gifts make him a natural sleuth, his inquiries have a way of developing moral complications. 'The Man Who Knew Too Much' has some similarities to the Father Brown stories: Horne Fisher the eponymous hero is connected and indeed related .
This contains the first 8 of the 12 stories in the published book The Man Who Knew Too Much and Other Stories. In these 8 detective thrillers, the main protagonist is Horne Fisher. (The omitted four are individual stories with separate heroes/detectives.) Due to close relationships with the leading political figures in the land, Fisher knows too much about the private politics behind the. ‘The Man Who Knew Too Much’ has some similarities to the Father Brown stories: Horne Fisher the eponymous hero is connected and indeed related to many of the high-ranking politicians of his age and thus ‘knows too much’ about the background of the mysteries in which he becomes embroiled and which he .
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"The Man Who Knew Too Much" is a collection of short stories about a man who hangs out with politicians (and is part of a family of politicians himself) and a journalist. They solve all sorts of crimes which turn out to have political i Very quotable, but the prose is a bit dense - dense enough, I'm afraid, that it lost me a few times/5.
The Man Who Knew Too Much, about a conspiracy to assassinate President Kennedy, was hailed as "a masterpiece of historical reconstruction" by Publishers Weekly. Product details Paperback: pages/5(30). "The Man Who Knew Too Much" is a classic British mystery written by G.
Chesterton and appeared in The eight short adventures in this classic trace the activities of Horne Fisher, the man who knew too much, and his trusted friend Harold March/5(). The Man Who Knew Too Much book.
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The Man Who Knew Too Much collection of mysteries was written by Chesterton in The eight adventures feature the activities of British sleuth Horne Fisher, the man who knew too much, and his best and most trusted friend Harold March.
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Gilbert Keith Chesterton () was an influential and prolific English writer of the early 20th century. He was a journalist, a poet and a novelist. He wrote 80 books and short stories in addition to his other work. He is perhaps best remembered for his ‘Father Brown’ stories; two collections of which are available at ‘The Man Who Knew Too Much’ has some 5/5(4).
A book critic who happens to find a corpse with its head crushed, an Irish freedom fighter framed for a crime, the disappearance of a valuable coin, a strange dispute over a property claim and a host of other intriguing situations make up the contents of G K Chesterton's collection of short stories The Man Who Knew Too Much.4/5(4).
The Man Who Knew Too Much Contents: The face in the target -- The vanishing prince -- The soul of the schoolboy -- The bottomless well -- The hole in the wall -- The fad of the fisherman -- The hole in the wall -- The temple of silence -- The vengeance of the statue.
Language: English: LoC Class: PR: Language and Literatures: English literature Author: G. Chesterton. The Man Who Knew Too Much.
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The. These stories have a lot of the same late Victorian/Edwardian flavor of Sherlock Holmes and Chesterton's own Father Brown stories. The reluctant, and moral protagonist of The Man Who Knew Too Much, however, is often forced by greater-good circumstance or a need to protect the best interests of England from revealing the killer or the culprit.
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