Double Dexter (Dexter, Book 6)

Double Dexter (Dexter, Book 6)

Jeff Lindsay


THE DEXTER PHENOMENON—IN PRINT, at the reveal, AND within the HEARTS OF thousands OF FANS—CONTINUES WITH a dangerous DUEL . . .
 
Dexter is displeased. like all self-respecting, absolutely respectable, soundly homicidal man, Dexter Morgan takes nice satisfaction in his paintings and is cautious to stay nameless. So he's, certainly, dissatisfied to find that somebody has pointed out him and—worst of all—is now turning his personal equipment opposed to him. the placement quickly turns into extra advanced while a brutal cop-killer starts concentrating on Miami’s police detectives—leaving at the back of our bodies which are battered past recognition—and stoking the department’s worst fears. As his colleagues develop extra paranoid of the psychotic killer of their midst, Dexter’s place is more and more perilous. he's working out of time to trace down this copycat and convey his traditional distinct justice, sooner than his darkish pastime is printed to the world.

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