Double Dexter: Dexter Morgan (6) by Jeff Lindsay

Double Dexter: Dexter Morgan (6)

byJeff Lindsay

Kobo ebook | October 18, 2011

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“Like a breath of fresh air blowing across all crime-novel conventions, there is Dexter.” —Time

Dexter Morgan is not your average serial killer. He enjoys his day job as a blood spatter analyst for the Miami Police Department . . . but he lives for his nighttime hobby of hunting other killers. Dexter is therefore not pleased to discover that someone is shadowing him, observ­ing him, and copying his methods. Dexter is not one to tol­erate displeasure . . . in fact, he has a knack for extricating himself from trouble in his own pleasurable way.

Like the previous five best-selling novels in the Dexter series, Double Dexter showcases the witty, macabre origi­nality that has propelled Jeff Lindsay to international suc­cess. Double Dexter is raucously entertaining . . . full of smart suspense and dark laughs.

From the Hardcover edition.

Jeff Lindsay was born Jeffry P. Freundlich on July 14, 1952 in Miami, Florida. He graduated from Middlebury College in Vermont in 1975. He is best known for his novels about sociopathetic vigilante Dexter Morgan. The first book in the Dexter series, Darkly Dreaming Dexter, was published in 2004 and was the basis of the Showtime TV seri...
Title:Double Dexter: Dexter Morgan (6)Format:Kobo ebookPublished:October 18, 2011Publisher:Knopf Doubleday Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0385532385

ISBN - 13:9780385532389


Rated 4 out of 5 by from Double Dexter Interesting, entertaining read.
Date published: 2017-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Double Dexter:. A Novel - Dexter Mor Well what a read! One minute Dexter is bored, the next thrown into a Turmoil of drama. excitement and murder and for once our boy is totally innocent! I just had so much anticipation I could hardly contain it. Well done. Do yourself a favour, READ THIS BOOK !
Date published: 2014-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Twisted and Funny The Good Stuff * Carianne would be so disappointed in me -- but I love these books and the tv show too. I sorry Care, but they are sooo well written and frickin hilarious and really bring up some interesting conversations * Twisted with plenty of dry dark humor, you will not be able to help yourself, you will laugh * Good storyline with plenty of action and lots of twists and turns * Dexter's inner monologues are brilliantly funny * I have a feeling I missed reading the previous book as there are some plot points that made me feel like I was missing something - when did Deb have a kid? (Didn't affect my enjoyment of the story though so you could start reading the series here and still enjoy) * Good development of secondary characters (love that certain characters that are dead on the show still live on in the book) * A clown gets murdered -- come on who REALLY likes clowns (And no I don't really take pleasure in ANYONE getting murdered its fiction people) * Loved Dexter's comments about his infant daughter and each and every parent will totally get it * Makes you really think -- yup you are cheering for a serial killer to get away with it * The scenes with Dexter at Boy Scout Camp will have you totally laughing your ass off The Not So Good Stuff * One of the story lines was tidied up too quickly and neatly * I am slightly disturbed by the characters of Astor and Cody in the books (Can totally understand why these characters were altered for the tv show) * I love the books but have to be honest I feel more a connection to the Dexter on the show because of his spark of humanity Favorite Quotes/Passages "That's it," she said. " You looked inside, threw up and called it in?" "I came, I saw, I blew chunks," Vince Masuoka muttered beside me, but happily for his health Deborah didn't hear him." "They were staring at the body and, to their credit, one or two of them actually tried very hard to look horrified as they craned their necks to see. Of course, most of the others made up for it by leaning forward over the tape to get a better picture with their cell phones. Soon the pictures of Officer Gunther's smooshed corpse would be all over the web, and the whole world would join together and pretend to be appalled and dismayed in perfect harmony. Isn't technology wonderful?" "This was obviously a subject close to Frank's heart, and I wondered if I had misjudged him. Anyone with such a passion for lethal vegetation couldn't be all bad." Who Should/Shouldn't Read * Definitely not for the sensitive or for Carianne * Anyone who enjoys something just a little bit dark 4.5 Dewey's I received this from Random House in exchange for an honest review
Date published: 2011-11-11