Dexter in the Dark

Dexter in the Dark

Paperback Vintage Crime/Black Lizard

By (author) Jeff Lindsay

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  • Publisher: Random House Inc
  • Format: Paperback | 302 pages
  • Dimensions: 130mm x 201mm x 20mm | 249g
  • Publication date: 6 September 2008
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 0307276732
  • ISBN 13: 9780307276735
  • Edition statement: Reprint
  • Sales rank: 65,566

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In his work as a Miami crime scene investigator, Dexter Morgan is accustomed to seeing evil deeds. . . particularly because, on occasion, he commits them himself. But Dexter's happy existence is turned upside down when he is called to an unusually disturbing crime scene at the university campus. Dexter's Dark Passenger - mastermind of his homicidal prowess - immediately senses something chillingly recognizable and goes into hiding. Dexter is alone for the first time in his life, and he realizes he's being hunted by a truly sinister adversary. Meanwhile he's planning a wedding and trying to learn how to be a stepfather to his fiance's two kids - who might just have dark tendencies themselves. Macabre, ironic, and wonderfully entertaining, "Dexter in the Dark" goes deeper into the psyche of one of the freshest protagonists in recent fiction.

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Author information

JEFF LINDSAY is the author of "Darkly Dreaming Dexter" and "Dearly Devoted Dexter." He lives in Florida with his wife and children.

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Praise for "Darkly Dreaming Dexter": " It's like very little else you've read. Imagine if Hannibal Lecter starred in "CSI: Miami," and you're halfway there." -- "Time" " The real appeal of this macabre tour-de-force is Dexter's sardonic voice, so snappy and smart, and yet so full of self-loathing that we hate ourselves for laughing." -- "The New York Times"