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Psychologist Torey Hayden lives on a on-hundred-acre sheep farm in Scotland with her husband, Ken, who works for Britain's National Health Service, and with her daughter. The family lives in a Victorian farmhouse, but she writes in an upstairs room of a converted granary in the barn. Though picturesque, the setting has its drawbacks. The temperature is often around fifty degrees, requiring her to wear gloves while working. And her downstairs neighbors are the farm's roosters, which means that her typing is often accompanied by the din of crowing.