I have just finished reading G.K. Chesterton's The Man Who Was Thursday It's a thriller about dynamite throwing anarchists, brandy, big breakfasts, and those who endeavour to contain them.
I now suspect I know who Sunday was (at least I have suspects) but who was Chesterton, and was he really a friend of Sunday?
This book has blown me into the air yet, at the same time, gone over my head - or perhaps it has gone over my feet, spun me, and blown me onto the ground.

It's quite a short book, and most could easily finish it within a day, many before lunch. That leaves the afternoon free, so; can anyone recommend other Chesterton works?
No, but now I will give your book a try...

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I hope you enjoy it as much as I did, Julie. It was written in 1907, so it is now in the public domain and freely downloadable from a number of websites.
In the unlikely event you have trouble finding it, please let me know, I'll try to point you in the right direction.

Cheerio
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Hello Clive, and it's very nice to hear from you that you like that work -- one of the most nightmarish works from G.K. Chesterton's, IMMHO ;-)

I always enjoy his world -- his paradoxes, his lyricism and his serious thoughts. Let me quote, just one phrase!
... And it is always the humble man who talks too much; the proud man watches himself too closely.
--- The Man Who Was Thursday
Hi Feathers,

Yes, I liked it very much. It was quite scary, but I found it, nevertheless, greatly uplifting. If it is one of his darker works, then I am looking forward to reading more of his; for they must be incredibly refreshing. At least I hope so.
Clive WoodwardI have just finished reading G.K. Chesterton's The Man Who Was Thursday It's a thriller about dynamite throwing anarchists, brandy, big breakfasts, and those who endeavour to contain them.
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Hi Clive! So you took it as a thriller, huh... How interesting. I'd love to reread that work, with pleasure.
Clive WoodwardThat leaves the afternoon free, so; can anyone recommend other Chesterton works?
How about this one...?
[link] http://www.dur.ac.uk/martin.ward/gkc/books/Complete_Father_Brown/chapter45.html [/link]
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Hi again Feathers,

Perhaps my use of the term 'thriller' is a little inadequate, to say the least.
Here is a link which should bring the book to you once again;
The Man Who Was Thursday

Thank you very much for your link, too. I have downloaded the story and will read it when I get home (in only a few minutes).
Hi Feathers,

I enjoyed reading story, and although I knew a twist had to be coming, I had no idea what it would be. A good yarn!

Here is a link to a Chesterton essay, On Thoughtless Remarks
Perhaps you have read it, if not, I hope you enjoy it.