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A Minyan for the Dead

Richard Fliegel

A Minyan for the Dead

by Richard Fliegel

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Published by Pocket .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mystery & Detective - Hard-Boiled,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - Mystery/ Detective,
  • Mystery/Suspense,
  • Fiction / Mystery & Detective / General,
  • Mystery & Detective - General,
  • Mystery and detective stories

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7664018M
    ISBN 100671744496
    ISBN 109780671744496
    OCLC/WorldCa27466147

      During this time the kaddish, or Jewish prayer for the dead, is recited at services three times a day. The mourner then may leave the home but remains obligated to say the kaddish three times daily for 11 months. According to Jewish law, these obligations must be fulfilled in the presence of a minyan, or prayer quorum of 10 men over the age of QQESGVTSL1VP» eBook» Murder at the Minyan Get PDF MURDER AT THE MINYAN Infinity Publishing. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Paperback. pages. Dimensions: in. x in. x in.A shot in the synagogue parking lot brings Rabbi London running. He sees a gun and a pool of blood. At least one person is probably dead. The rabbi.

    Minyan: Ten Jewish Men in A World That is Heartbroken, Sobel’s award-winning first novel, was shuffled between multiple agents and accumulated rejection slips for nearly 15 , in a coincidental and staggering wave of encouragement from the city of Knoxville, Tennessee, of all places, the Knoxville Writer’s Guild awarded Minyan the Peter Taylor Prize for the Novel, and . JBooks has Audio readings, book news, conversations with authors for the online Jewish book community. There is a bestseller list, fiction, non-fiction, childrenªs books, Jewish holiday books, memoirs, biography, autobiography, Israeli books. All this for the people of the book.

      The minyan regulars in Dix Hills offer a variety of reasons for attending. Dr. Finkelstein cited "the sense that you were starting the day with a purpose -- . Shelly Lowenkopf Created by Richard Fliegel () Although originally a string of novels featuring tough, Jewish cop SHELLY LOWENKOPF whose turf is Allerton Avenue in New Yawk, the series took a turn towards the P.I. side of things when Shelly left the force to become a private eye in A Minyan for the Dead (), which was promptly nominated for a Shamus by the .


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Minyan; Halakhic texts relating to this article; Torah:: Leviticus Mishnah:: Megillah Babylonian Talmud:: Megillah 23b; Sanhedrin 74b: Jerusalem Talmud Babylonian Talmud: Megillah 23b; Sanhedrin 74b.

Minyan, (Hebrew: “number”,)plural Minyanim, or Minyans, in Judaism, the minimum number of males (10) required to constitute a representative “community of Israel” for liturgical purposes.

A Jewish boy of 13 may form part of the quorum after his Bar Mitzvah (religious adulthood). When a minyan is lacking for synagogue services, those who have gathered merely recite their.

This is done in order to honor the dead and to show respect for the bereaved. It is important to hold public services in the presence of a minyan so that the mourners observing shiva may recite the Kaddish, which requires the attendance of ten adult males.

We, thereby, demonstrate respect for the bereaved, as well as honor for the deceased. In the Jewish religion, there are certain prayers recited to honor the passing of a loved one, celebrate their life, and help with coping during the mourning process.

A minyan, or prayer service, is held for the mourners every day during ional Jews may hold a morning and afternoon/evening service. Unlike the large synagogue, which had multiple services all day and was teeming with worshippers, the smaller congregation needed help making a minyan. After a while I came to feel an obligation to my friends there — and especially the gabbai, a kindly man charged with ensuring the daily minyan — and so I would go nearly every weekday morning.

The presence of a dead body is considered a source of ritual impurity. For this reason, a in his book on morning, mentions the case of a Jew who lived among non-Jews and who feared that when he died he would be buried in their cemetary.

with friends neighbors and relatives making up the minyan (10 people required. Our Minyan Prayer Book features prayers and readings for the 7 days of Shiva.

As a service to our community, Mount Sinai offers a service, called Digital Yahrzeit, where one can register to receive annual notifications of upcoming Yahrzeit  anniversaries via email on either the Hebrew or English calendar.

To ensure “a truly radiant afterlife,” Larry must say the mourner’s Kaddish for his father ten times a day in the company of a minyan for the next 11 months. After much dissembling, Larry admits that he won’t do it. He insists that it makes no difference if he fulfills a promise with no conviction behind it.

A source of comfort and practical guidance for family and friends, this book will guide you through the difficult times of illness and death, presenting Jewish tradition in a.

During the minyan service, there is a prayer service that lasts between 20 minutes and an hour. It ends with the recital of the Mourner’s Kaddish. This is also a time for remembering the dead, delivering a eulogy, and talking. He has published detective novels with Bantam and Simon and Schuster and short stories in collections.

His book A Minyan for the Dead was nominated for a Shamus Award by the Private Eye Writers of America, and as a member of the WGA West he has written for Star Trek and ABC network television. ThriftBooks sells millions of used books at the lowest everyday prices. We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures.

We deliver the joy of reading in % recyclable packaging with free standard shipping on US orders over $ Read more. Spend less. Social distancing doesn’t allow us to readily gather in groups, and according to many halachic authorities we can’t make a minyan. InRabbi Dov Peretz Elkins suggested that a mourner who is unable to attend a minyan should recite Psalm Similarly, Rabbi Joseph Brodie suggested in a book published in that the mourner should recite a chapter of Psalms in lieu of the MK.

To recite three specific verses from the Bible in lieu of Kaddish. A Minyan for the Dead by Richard Fliegel 3 ratings, average rating, 1 review A Minyan for the Dead Quotes Showing of 1 “The rabbi glanced over glumly from behind the jail bars. 'My faith in God is fine,' he said.

minyan The quorum necessary to recite certain prayers, including the standing prayer called Amidah and the Kaddish prayer for the dead, or to read from the Torah during Shabbat services. Traditionally, a minyan consists of 10 Jewish males over though many congregations allow any Jewish adult over age 13 to be counted for the minyan.

Spirituality * Judaism * Religion * Ritual and Tradition The Minyan: A Tapestry of Jewish Life took over 10 years to complete. Growing out of a personal tragedy, the result is a beautifully crafted and emotionally elevating collection of stories from Jews around the world and across the Jewish spectrum, recounting their life-changing.

Written in Aramaic, the Mourner’s Kaddish is an almost 2,year-old prayer traditionally recited in memory of the dead. The prayer, which is included in all three daily prayer services and is recited in a minyan of at least 10 adult Jews, makes no mention of death.

Instead, it is a prayer dedicated to praising God. מחיה המתים/ Mechayeh HaMetim, “God resurrects the dead.” By Rabbi Jeremy Kalmanofsky • Septem Compared with Christianity, Judaism has always been light on dogma and heavy on behavior. Since the early church, Christians persecuted heretics for espousing the “wrong” version of Jesus’ divinity and the like.The Organ Grinder's Monkey (The Allerton Avenue Precinct Novels Book 3) avg rating — 0 ratings.

― Richard Fliegel, A Minyan for the Dead. tags: bronx, character-comedy, mystery, series. 1 likes. Like. Richard’s Friend Comments. post a comment» /5(2).

Larry, gazing at that picture, admiring how deeply the youth was immersed in learning, found himself brought to tears. First he cried for the beauty of the image of study, then for his dead father, then for his own lost self.

Like the novel’s first section, this one is beautifully observed and deftly told.