By Jeff Lindsay
In his paintings as a Miami crime scene investigator, Dexter Morgan is acquainted with seeing evil deeds. . . quite simply because, every so often, he commits them himself. yet Dexter's chuffed lifestyles is became the wrong way up whilst he's referred to as to an strangely nerve-racking crime scene on the college campus. Dexter's darkish Passenger – mastermind of his homicidal prowess – instantly senses anything chillingly recognizable and is going into hiding. Dexter is by myself for the 1st time in his lifestyles, and he realizes he's being hunted by means of a really sinister adversary. in the meantime he's making plans a marriage and attempting to how you can be a stepfather to his fiancé's little ones – who may perhaps simply have darkish traits themselves. Macabre, ironic, and fantastically unique, Dexter within the Dark is going deeper into the psyche of 1 of the most up to date protagonists in fresh fiction.
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I asked him. 47 of 173 He nodded. "She was, you know, supposed to work out with me? Like every morning, you know. Around the track, and then some abs. But yesterday she doesn't show up. And same thing this morning. So I started thinking, uh…" He frowned, apparently at the effort of thinking, and his speech trickled to a halt. " I asked him. "Kurt," he said. "Kurt Wagner. " "Dexter," I said. " I hurried over to Deborah before the strain of trying to think again proved too much for the boy. " "Well, it isn't your damned pot ovens," she snarled.
But after all, I had been specifically instructed not to worry about money. I was sure Rita would think of some way to make it work, perhaps by inviting only two or three people. " "I'm awfully busy with some very important canapés," I told her. " She made a noise in her throat and said, "I don't have time for bullshit, Dexter. " It was the custom in Homicide to convene everybody involved in a case twenty-four hours after the work began, to make sure everything was organized and everyone was on the same page.
It was indeed low-budget horror, Night of the Living Dead, but in the flesh and not a movie at all, because standing in the doorway, just to my right, staring at me, was a man who was really supposed to be dead. Sergeant Doakes. Doakes had never liked me. He seemed to be the only cop on the entire force who suspected that I might be what, in fact, I was. I had always thought he could see through my disguise because he was somewhat the same thing himself, a cold killer. He had tried and failed to prove that I was guilty of almost anything, and that failure had also failed to endear me to him.
Dexter in the Dark (Dexter, Book 3) by Jeff Lindsay