Dexter is Delicious: The Devil is in the Detail - Jeff Lindsay Reviews
Description:ISBN 1409117863 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Jeff Lindsay / Paperback / 464 Pages / Book is published 2011-08-18 by Orion
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Jeff Lindsay Dexter is Delicious: The Devil is in the Detail
Pages: 464, Paperback, Orion
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by - written on 19/01/13 (Very useful, 57 readings)
On my last trip to the library I picked up a few novels by Jeff Lindsay as I had heard that they were the books that the popular TV show was based upon. While I have never watched the TV show, I am aware that it is really popular, and the crime genre is one that usually has great appeal to me. Dexter is Delicious is novel 5 in the series. Dexter is a blood splatter analyst who works for the police department in Miami. He also has a strange hobby of being a serial killer who has a code of conduct. He will only kill people who are bad. However, recently Dexter has got married. In the book that preceeded this one (Dexter by Design) Dexter was horrified when his ... Read the complete review
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