Real Murder is Hard to Come By
Anyone with a brain could tell you stealing murders is a bad idea. The problem is Howard Maynard only has half of one.
The doctors even did it to him on purpose. They had to, in order to relieve his uncontrollable seizures. The seizures were stopped, but at the cost of his capacity for creative thinking. Which you'd think would make working as a screenwriter problematic. But Howard has a system: rather than thinking-up fictional killings, he plagiarizes real ones instead. Until one of the murders he stole catches up with him.
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