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As a big fan of the Dexter TV series (with the exception of this past season), I was really interested in reading the novels.
I wish Mr. Lindsay had followed in the footsteps of other serial novelists (pun intended) like John D. MacDonald's Travis McGee and Robert B. Parker's Spenser novels, staying with a good, satisfying formula for his fascinating character.
The stories are alike enough that I easily recognize my favorite character but by using the family/friends/co-workers in different manners it almost seems to be totally different storylines.
The book lets you ride along in Dexters head, just like the tv show, Clever, fun, entertaining. Thoroughly enjoyed itPublished 23 days ago by fiona eakin
First of all, the books have very little in common with the hugely popular Showtime series "Dexter". That being said if you loved the t.v. Read morePublished 23 days ago by RondoCelt
The Showtime version follows this right up to the end. It is a very quick read and will keep you on the edge of your seat.Published 1 month ago by Chris Wenner
Bought as gift. For my wife. I'm pretty sure we were married at the time. I don't know now... hmmm. Anyway she read the first book and never got to this one. So yeah...Published 1 month ago by roberto delatore
Reading the whole series. When I'm done I plan to watch the whole series also. Very well written. Can't put it down!Published 1 month ago by sally
I know a lot of the reviews on this book are taking a "meh" and unimpressed stance, but honestly, it was pretty good. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mrs. Hairy Buffalo
Dexter is a funny, severe batman, taking out the trash! Whatever his adventure du jour, he is always entertaining and not too terribly graphic concerning his own handy work.Published 2 months ago by mary ahrweiler