Science VS Religion—Guest Post at RoseBuz

Over at (whose proprietor is planning to review my novel Father John VS the Zombies later this year), I have a guest post titled “Science VS Religion.” I try to look at why we so often see these two disciplines as in conflict, and whether such a view may say more about us than it does about either science or religion.

Karl El-Koura was born in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and currently lives with his beautiful editor-wife in Canada’s capital city. More than sixty of his short stories and articles have been published in magazines since 1998, and in 2012 he independently published his debut novel Father John VS the Zombies.

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Detective Diego Montel is determined (obsessed, his partner would say) to catch the culprit behind a series of city-wide break-ins.

But Diego is facing several problems:

1. There’s no evidence of the break-ins actually taking place.
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None of that will deter him, though. And neither will Diego’s partner (whose beautiful brown eyes are more than a bit distracting), who thinks the whole thing is kind of funny.

Diego won’t stop until he unravels the strange mystery surrounding the criminal figure people are calling the Book Baron.