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5 Minutes, 5 Questions With…
Brit Sigh, author of Torn In Two
Tatum Soaren is in trouble.
Traumatized by the death of his parents, he spends three years in a psych ward overcoming his state of catatonia where it is discovered that he suffers from dissociative identity disorder—aka multiple personality disorder. One of his personalities is a stone cold killer.
It is only through the dedication of Dr. Tristyn Holmes and her last-ditch efforts to subdue the murderous personality known as Landon deep in his subconscious that Tatum is finally able to live a normal life. But Landon and Tatum share a secret, powerful gift, one that Dr. Holmes suspects but will only become convinced of after it is too late.
Now the head of the psychology department at a major university where Tatum is her pupil and patient, Dr. Holmes’ dead body is discovered in her office. Once again, having a parental figure savagely torn from his life, Tatum is determined to find the killer—and his love interest is there to help.
Landon has other plans, and he has a friend too—and with a washed-up detective at the sad end of a once promising career given one the opportunity for one last, high-profile hurrah, the table is set for a deadly hunt to find a killer before another dead body turns up on campus.
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the inspiration to write Torn In Two?
Brit Sigh: I grew up reading Mary Higgins-Clark, Agatha Christie and Lois Duncan books. My Mom was always great about encouraging me to Continue reading 5 Minutes, 5 Questions With… Brit Sigh, author of Torn In Two