Airman Ned LeBroc returns after eight years away, allegedly as a spy, only to discover his wife Meg, assuming he was dead, is marrying his brother Geoffrey. Daughter Millie is pleased to see him, unlike his wing commander father, who regards him as a deserter and coward. When Ned is shot dead Mallory arrests Meg but a card found in Ned's possession leads Father Brown to an unusual club which reveals Ned's secret life and the circumstances of his death. Written by
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Did You Know?
De Sacramento Extremae Unctionis (Last Anointing) is not given to a person already dead. And it is done on five parts of the body: eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and palms of the hands (unless the person is a priest, then the backs of the hands). Anointing the feet also is optional but there was no reason to anoint the thighs since he still had feet. See more