My name is Officer Lincoln Carter. My experiences recently have been quite overwhelming. My partner and best friend, Joe Buchanan, recently solved a pair of cases involving ghosts and spirits. I’ve been exposed if you will, and can hear voices from beyond, especially my dead friend, Zach, who talks to me and helps Joe and I catch spiritual criminals.
Do you think the author portrayed you accurately?
I can honestly say Mr.Gehlert has fleshed out my character, giving me a full range of skills, including a unique three dimensional line of thinking. And, he’s made me the hero of the stories, which I’ve learned has been picked up by Damnation Books. Joe and I have a new adventure in New Orleans, set for a March 2012 release.
What do you regret?
My biggest regret is not being there for my friend Zach, allowing years of feuding over my brother’s death to alienate our friendship. His suicide hit me hard, but now we connect on a whole new level.
Where do you live?
I currently live in New York’s gorgeous Hudson Valley with my wife and kids.
Have you ever had an adventure?
My adventure would be hunting down spiritual criminals and not the real warm blooded ones! Either way, I still deliver justice.
Who is your enemy?
Our main enemy, is the Crowley bloodline. We’ve encountered both a spiritual version and a warm blood ancestor, each with their own unique skill set.
How do you see yourself?
I’m healthy and a very determined cop. I also believe in loyalty and teamwork. I also have a lot of honor in my work.
What is your favorite food?
My favorite food is tacos and a good beer with friends, and I’m a devoted family man.
What are the last three books you read?
The last three books I’ve read? Contagion, Ghost Prints, and Demon Revolver all by Jason Gehlert. He writes with passion and heart.
If you were shopping what three things would be in your cart?
Three things in my shopping cart? Taco mix, batteries, and a newspaper.
What is your favorite music?
My favorite music? Led Zeppelin, Ozzy Osborune, and Scorpions.
Do you embrace conflict?
I embrace conflict, it drives my ego, fuels my passion to catch the bad guy. Without conflict, my mind would collapse and become stale. I need a good challenge to keep my mind fresh and firing on all cylinders.
How do you envision your future?
I envision my future as continuing to play this heroic yet compassionate role Mr.Gehlert has created for me in Ghost Prints and our new adventure, Ferrymen, coming out next spring. He’s also writing another adventure for us as we speak.