Michael Compton writes screenplays, novels, and short stories. With his wife, Sherry, he co-wrote the 2011 thriller "Carjacked," starring Maria Bello and Stephen Dorff. He is the author of the mystery novel "Gumshoe," and co-author of the futuristic adventure saga, "Inferno 2033." His short works have appeared in The Baltimore Review, African American Review, and others, and he is a contributor to "The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture" and the scholastic edition of "Three Early Stories," by J.D. Salinger. He teaches English and Screenwriting at The University of Memphis.
A portion of all his earnings from book sales goes to support animal rescue.
Sibling rivalry leads to murder when the competition between identical twins becomes obsession. The lives of two respected archaeologists are in near perfect parallel, except for the one thing they cannot share--the woman they both love. One twin has her. The other is determined to take her back--and no act is too extreme to make that happen.