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Dexter started as a novel written by author Jeff Lindsay called Darkly Dreaming These books are thicker yet compact and easy to carry, they also retail at the. Jeff Lindsay, author, including the popular Dexter series. Dexter Morgan seems superficially normal, but the book (plus a third in a flashback).


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Jeff Lindsay is the pen name of American playwright and crime novelist Jeffry P. Freundlich The first book in the Dexter series, Darkly Dreaming Dexter (which Lindsay wanted to name "Pinocchio Bleeds" after group learned that Lindsay had put out several books in the s under another pen name, Jeffry P. Lindsay. Complete order of Dexter books in Publication Order and Chronological Order. Meet Dexter Morgan, a polite wolf in sheep's clothing. He Published September 19th by Vintage Books (first published July 10th ). More Details.

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Riley Wolfe. Dexter Morgan seems superficially normal, but he is very psychologically damaged and speaks mostly within his head. He is out of touch with human emotion.

His "Dark Passenger" is very evil in tone and his urge to kill isn't very powerful; he kills only two victims throughout the book plus a third in a flashback. For much of the novel, Dexter believes that he, himself, is the Tamiami Slasher, killing victims subconsciously.

Dexter Morgan seems superficially normal, but he is very psychologically damaged in his daily interactions with those around him. He is out of touch with human emotions, but learns to feel new emotions that confuse him. His "Dark Passenger" is only referred to and never heard from, and his late father appears onscreen in visions or delusions; he acts as a mentor and a voice of reason for Dexter.

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Dexter has a much higher urge to kill, and his kill count through the series is far greater than that in the novel.

Dexter never suspected that he was the Ice Truck Killer. She desires Dexter sexually, and makes the fact abundantly clear, and, after he spurns her advances, she catches him looking for Deborah at the ship yard.

She is very condescending towards Deborah Morgan, calling her "Officer Puta" and "Einstein" "If her tits were her brains, she'd be Einstein".

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She seems to take a sexual interest in Dexter in the first few episodes, but it stagnates very early in the series. She is antagonistic towards Debra Morgan and, only reluctantly, promotes Debra to Homicide. She has a slight crush on Doakes, who is the one who catches Dexter at the ship yard after having followed him. Deborah is described as voluptuous, with a centerfold's body. She seems to suspect that there is something "wrong" about Dexter and eventually discovers his secret. She hides this fact.

Deborah renamed Debra in the series is lean and athletic—and she smokes in the first season, a habit she does not have in the novel. In the beginning, she only knows that Dexter is hiding something.

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She doesn't discover Dexter's secret until much later in the series, after many a close call. Brian no last name established in this novel kidnaps Deborah, kills LaGuerta, and escapes. He only appears at the end of the novel. Brian Moser dates Debra under the alias Rudy Cooper, proposes to her, and then kidnaps her. He tries to convince Dexter to help kill Debra with him, which Dexter refuses to do.

Dexter kills Brian. Rita's kids have a dark past and are only briefly mentioned. Their father is in jail for domestic abuse. Rita's kids are normal as Rita had sheltered them from their father's abuse. She desires Dexter sexually, and makes the fact abundantly clear, and, after he spurns her advances, she catches him looking for Deborah at the ship yard. She seems to take a sexual interest in Dexter in the first few episodes, but it stagnates very early in the series. She is antagonistic towards Debra Morgan and, only reluctantly, promotes Debra to Homicide.

She has a slight crush on Doakes, who is the one who catches Dexter at the ship yard after having followed him.

Deborah is described as voluptuous, with a centerfold's body. She seems to suspect that there is something "wrong" about Dexter and eventually discovers his secret. She hides this fact. Deborah renamed Debra in the series is lean and athletic—and she smokes in the first season, a habit she does not have in the novel. In the beginning, she only knows that Dexter is hiding something.

She doesn't discover Dexter's secret until much later in the series, after many a close call. Brian no last name established in this novel kidnaps Deborah, kills LaGuerta, and escapes.

He only appears at the end of the novel. Brian Moser dates Debra under the alias Rudy Cooper, proposes to her, and then kidnaps her. He tries to convince Dexter to help kill Debra with him, which Dexter refuses to do.

Dexter kills Brian. The string of prostitute murders are committed by the Tamiami Slasher.

The killer is named the Ice Truck Killer. Rita's kids have a dark past and are only briefly mentioned. Their father is in jail for domestic abuse. Rita's kids are normal as Rita had sheltered them from their father's abuse. Dexter frequently interacts with Astor and Cody and is shown to be a father figure to them.After the release of the Showtime series, a few of the novels were reprinted to feature Michael C.

She is antagonistic towards Debra Morgan and, only reluctantly, promotes Debra to Homicide. He chooses a word that corresponds to what he believes the victims have done wrong to him and makes the victims guess.

In his spare time, Dexter is a serial killer who kills murderers, rapists, and other undesirables he believes that the legal system has failed to stop. There have been a few whimpers of outrage the US Parents Television Council called him a "blackened fillet of soul" but the public has taken Dexter to their hearts. An Omnibus.