Marko Karklins

Biography

Marko Karklins

Marko is a writer with a background in cultural anthropology and audiovisual production. He has spent most of his life abroad where he has worked as a writer and producer in a number of different projects.
In 1985, he went on a location trip in Spain with Producer/Director Christopher Neame who was working on adapting Graham Greene’s novel Monsignor Quixote to film, and in the monastery of Ourense, while dining in the refectory with the Abbot and discussing the existence of God and the obscure hand of organized religion, the idea came to Marko to write a story about an atheist detective searching for God. It took him a while to complete; after several years of theological research, a wonderful marriage and two lovely children, it finally happened: The Hypostatic Union.

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Books

the Hypostatic Union
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 128,920. Language: English. Published: June 25, 2012. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense
An atheist Detective -- an elusive God. Private Investigator Walter Balducci is hired by a Cistercian monk to help him find God. The only problem is that Walter Balducci does not believe in God -- he's an atheist. But an attempted assassination on the monk's life puts everything in a different perspective and suddenly he is swept into a perilous international intrigue.

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