G. K. Chesterton (1874–1936)
Innocent Smith is an innocent: a child of nature, or a holy fool. In consequence, he finds himself accused of murder, burglary, desertion and bigamy, in short order. Can he be guilty? Will it be possible for him to clear his name?
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