Strangely enough, this renown reaches him at a most unwelcome time. Sent to officiate in a dispute in South America, he lands in the middle of a revolution, recognized, attacked and left for dead.
In fact everyone thinks he is dead--until he rises from his coffin, creating no end of trouble with the natives...for they certainly know a resurrection when they see one!
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About the Author
G.K. Chesterton was an author and journalist from the early twentieth century. His works were composed of everything from fiction to prose to social essays. Most of his subjects were on based on three concerns: social criticism, literary criticism, and theology. Some of his more popular works were his Father Brown mystery series, The Man Who Was Thursday (1908), and What’s Wrong with the World (1910).