Author Lincoln Farish has served in the United States Army for a total of 28 years, and during that time, he has been deployed to Iraq and Afganistan five times. His experiences in the Middle East formed the basis for his first novel, Junior Inquisitor, a dark urban tale of good versus evil in a modern setting. The protagonist of Junior Inquisitor, a monk named Sebastian, is sent on a mission to fight through armies of witches, werewolves and ogres in an effort to track down a missing Inquisitor in the city of Providence, Rhode Island. It is a mission that threatens not only Sebastian’s life, but also his immortal soul.
As a result of his time with the Army, Farish has a wealth of knowledge related to weaponry, forensics and small team dynamics, and his writing gravitates towards darker themes due to his belief that, in times of despair, individuals either rise to the occasion or allow their inherent weakness to drag them into the darkness. Junior Inquisitor will be released on March 1st, and a sequel will be published in the fall of 2015.