7/15/18. Overall, this was an above average murder mystery series, on the light side. Father Brown is a priest who missed his calling to be a detective, but that doesn't stop him from forever meddling in murder investigations going on in his parish. Of course, he uses his position to elicit confessions and right what he considers wrong by telling off the police, if he feel is necessary. Amazingly, he manages to get more confessions from murderers than is realistic. This is fiction, after all. Though Brown comes off as annoying at times, you know he is only trying to do the right thing. He is a priest, after all.
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