Q: Tell us about yourself. Where are you from?
Thanks for having me today, though my life isn’t really interesting enough for an interview. Well, except for the dead body I stumbled upon recently. My name is Sophie Carter and I’m from Greenwich, Connecticut. But for those people on the East Coast, don’t get the wrong idea. I’m an online college professor who lives in a two-bedroom condominium. I don’t own a mini-mansion and I would never even contemplate the daily commute into New York City from my suburb.
Q: Who is your greatest enemy and why?
A short while ago, I’d have said I don’t have enemies. I consider myself a pretty nice person. But you remember that corpse I mentioned? After finding a dead body in the woods during one of my runs, my life began to unravel. Long ago, there was this vagabond called the Old Leather Man. He was known around Connecticut and New York in the 1800s for wearing a leather suit and walking the same 365 mile circuit every 34 days. Creepy, right? Now I think he is after me.
Q: Do you think you can ever reconcile with this enemy?
How do you reconcile with a ghost, demon, or worse? Maybe it’s time to call in some paranormal investigators.
Q: Do you have a love interest?
Jackson Lynch is the detective assigned to the case. When I first saw him, I was flummoxed. I’m a grown woman and he had me stuttering. He’s a wonderful man, but the case is complicated and that makes a relationship near impossible. I’m the only witness and he’s working to find a killer. That is if a human killer (not a supernatural one) exists. There are even times when I wonder if he considers me a suspect.
Q: What makes you happy?
Jackson Lynch makes me oh, so happy until he gets overly involved in the case, and thanks to the media, things go awry.
Q: What makes you angry?
That’s an easy one to answer. My mother, Norma. She worries about everything and gossips about everyone. I still love her deep down inside, when she’s not driving me crazy. Sophie's mother, Norma worries and gossips, stirring up even more trouble.
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