The Ninth Hour

Author: Alice McDermott
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 0374712174
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A magnificent new novel from one of America’s finest writers—a powerfully affecting story spanning the twentieth century of a widow and her daughter and the nuns who serve their Irish-American community in Brooklyn. On a dim winter afternoon, a young Irish immigrant opens a gas tap in his Brooklyn tenement. He is determined to prove—to the subway bosses who have recently fired him, to his pregnant wife—that “the hours of his life . . . belonged to himself alone.” In the aftermath of the fire that follows, Sister St. Saviour, an aging nun, a Little Nursing Sister of the Sick Poor, appears, unbidden, to direct the way forward for his widow and his unborn child. In Catholic Brooklyn in the early part of the twentieth century, decorum, superstition, and shame collude to erase the man’s brief existence, and yet his suicide, though never spoken of, reverberates through many lives—testing the limits and the demands of love and sacrifice, of forgiveness and forgetfulness, even through multiple generations. Rendered with remarkable delicacy, heart, and intelligence, Alice McDermott’s The Ninth Hour is a crowning achievement of one of the finest American writers at work today.

The Ninth Hour

Author: John Zaramon Dobbs
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781258158361
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The Ninth Hour

Author: Harrison Mujica-Jenkins
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0557015863
Size: 70.96 MB
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The ninth hour is the hour in which the sun possesses us and we abandon ourselves to its burning, blinding flame to think with a light so bright. At noon we come out of Plato's cave and stare into the sun: the unknown gazing into the unknown. These writings do not owe anything to the philosophical sun, the good sun of Plato that erases all differences, the good sun of enlightened reason that is oblivious to the knowledge of the "madman." They are writings born beyond the sun, on the "rotten" side of the sun, unprotected by the shadow of logic; writings come out of darkness, of the spiritual umbra of he who stares directly at the sun. And, more specifically, writings begotten out of the spiritual nigrescence of whom writes at the ninth hour, at high noon.

Ninth Hour

Author: K. D. Collins
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 1607916584
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BISHOP K.D. COLLINS is Founder under God and Presiding Bishop of Harvest Army Church international, a body of churches with branches and affiliates on every continent of the world. He also leads a World Revival Movement that involves many other churches and believers around the globe. This involves the training and dispatching of laymen into the end time harvest. From his Headquarters in New York City Bishop Collins writes books, ministry manuals, produces the international television program 'God's Revival.' He has studied extensively, earned a Doctorate in Ministry and received a honorary doctorate degree in divinity. The Ninth Hour presents to mankind a riveting account of the prophetic season we are now in. Bishop K.D. Collins received a revelation from the Lord on July 24, 2004 with the single word 'nine.' The book describes the actual revelation, seek to capture its fulfillment in world affairs, present astounding information concerning the number nine and give pointed guidelines on how to hear God's voice and prophesy.

The 9th Hour

Author: Claire Stibbe
Publisher: Bookpreneur
ISBN: 0990600459
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New Mexico/Arizona 2016 Book Award Finalist Everyone has secrets. Some more deadly than others. When the ninth young girl falls into the clutches of a serial killer, maverick detective, David Temeke, faces a race against time to save her life. The Duke City Police Department in Albuquerque, New Mexico is no stranger to gruesome murders, but this new serial killer on their block keeps the body parts of his eight young victims as trophies and has a worrying obsession with the number 9. The suspect is incarcerated in the state's high security penitentiary but Unit Commander Hackett is faced with a dilemma when another teenage girl goes missing. Detective Temeke and his new partner, Malin Santiago, are sent to solve a baffling crime in the dense forests of New Mexico's Cimarron State Park. But time is running out. Can they unravel the mysteries of Norse legends and thwart the 9th Hour killer before he dismembers his next victim? This is the first in the Detective Temeke Crime series. A unique noiresque modern detective novel. Watch out for more from Detective Temeke and Malin Santiago THE 9TH HOUR NIGHT EYES PAST RITES

The Sixth To The Ninth Hour

Author: Cordelia L. Jones
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 9781468521849
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Darkness covered the earth...but the light was shining... As the whole world lie in utter darkness events took place during a three hour span that would change the course of mankind forever. Chapter after chapter full of revelation knowledge unveiling the true purpose Jesus endured the cross. The readers will discover: > The Purpose of the Cross. > The Message on the Cross. > The Blessing in Endurance. > How to obtain Salvation.

The Fate Of America In The Ninth Hour

Author: Kimberly Jackson
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ISBN: 9780966266696
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Jackson reveals what's going on in the mind of God in the 21st-century era of happenings concerning America and the church. This edition addresses God's judgments upon a nation that continues to ignore him and adopts heathen practices rooted in the ancient traditions of Babylon, Egypt, Rome, and Greece.

Rosaleens Fest

Author: Anne Enright
Publisher: DVA
ISBN: 3641173531
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Rosaleen ist eine Frau, die nichts tut und von den anderen alles erwartet. Sie ist Mitte siebzig, die vier Kinder sind schon lange aus dem Haus. Die Brüder Dan und Emmett sind vor der Enge der irischen Heimat in die Ferne geflohen; das Nesthäkchen Hanna wollte auf den Theaterbühnen der Welt reüssieren, spricht aber nun dem Alkohol zu, und Constance, die Älteste, hat sich selbst verloren. Doch abgenabelt hat sich keines der Kinder. Noch immer versucht jedes auf seine Weise, es dieser besten aller Mütter recht zu machen. Und scheitert. Da kommt die Einladung zu einem letzten Weihnachtsfest in Ardeevin. Rosaleen möchte das Haus, in dem die Kinder groß geworden sind, das voller Erinnerungen an glückliche Momente und Verletzungen steckt, verkaufen. Die Geschwister reisen mit diffuser Hoffnung auf Versöhnung an – und doch endet es, wie noch jedes Weihnachten geendet hat. Booker-Preisträgerin Anne Enright wagt sich auf den dunklen Grund unserer Gefühle, studiert menschliches Verhalten dort, wo es am störanfälligsten ist, wo Liebe und Hass nahe beieinander liegen und es kein oder zumindest kein einfaches Entrinnen gibt: in der Familie.