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The Temporary Killer, the first of a series likened to Scooby-Doo or Goosebumps for adults, is a horror/mystery with a humourous edge. Why would someone shoot struggling horror writer Ed Sherman with a gun that belongs in a RoadRunner cartoon? Why is Ed now having falling hallucinations in enclosed rooms so badly that he has to use the bathroom with the door open? What connection is there between the three businessmen who were also shot and are now experiencing different daymares: eating spiders like candy, teeth that want to explode, and trichotillomania: the obsession of shaving all body hair? Did all of the victims actually die for five minutes and come back with their worst phobias? Did they die for five minutes? Who is doing this? And what happens if they get shot twice?

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