|Statement||Piers Paul Read.|
|LC Classifications||PR6068.E25 D43 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||215 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||215|
|LC Control Number||2008936283|
The first story in the Death of a Pope deals with the assassination of the Pope and subsequent events pursuant to the election of the next Pontiff. The character Father Frederick Monahan appears in seven of the stories in this collection. The Death of a Pope is a powerful novel by the acclaimed British writer Piers Paul Read. Juan Uriarte, a handsome and outspoken Spanish ex-priest, seems to be the model of nonviolence and compassion for the poor and downtrodden. So why is he on trial, accused of terrorist activities? ROME — A new book discloses details and evidence of the death of Pope John Paul I, who died in after just 33 days in office — showing his death was the result of a heart attack, as. The Death of a Pope is a novel by prize-winning English writer Piers Paul Read. It is Read's fifteenth novel.
Jul 19, · From the Inside Flap. The traditions associated with a pope's death have changed from when they were buried in the catacombs of Rome. Various ceremonies, rites and rituals developed over time, but a formal procedure was not initiated until the early /5(7). Nov 06, · A new book discloses details about the death of Pope John Paul I – who died in after just 33 days in office – and conclusive evidence that his death was the result of a heart attack, as. Book reveals background to death of John Paul I. London (ap/dpa) Pope John Paul I, who was head of the Catholic Church for only 33 days in , was murdered, claims the British author David Yallop in his book "In God's Name", which was published in Jun 05, · Gregoire--a one-time acquaintance of the day pope--includes a complete biography of this pope in his book consistent with the bio-briefs in `In God's Name' and `A Thief in the Night.' The reason it is a much bigger book--two books in one book/5(6).
Sep 11, · A thief in the night: The death of Pope John Paul I Hardcover – by John Cornwell (Author)/5(4). The Death of a Pope, published in America on May 1 and available in Britain later in the year, intertwines real events with fiction, and is likely to be controversial for its attacks on secularism and liberal Catholicism, especially liberation theology. The placement of the Book of the Gospels by Archbishop Piero Marini (left) and Konrad Krajewski (right) upon the casket of Pope John Paul II, a typical act during the funeral of a Catholic bishop. As the Mass of Requiem began, the doors of St. Peter's Basilica were locked Location: St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican City. Pope John Paul I died suddenly in September , 33 days after his election. Following contradictory reports about the circumstances of his death and apparent anomalies about the issuing of the death certificate and other procedures, several conspiracy theories have gained currency.