Dexter Is Delicious

Dexter Is Delicious

Large Print - 2011
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Serial killer Dexter Morgan has always lived by a single golden rule: kill only people who deserve it. But the Miami blood-spatter analyst has just become the daddy of an eight-pound curiosity named Lily Anne - and Dex's dark urges seem to have left him. Has he become a normal overprotective father? But then an eighteen-year-old girl is abducted by a bizarre group of vampires or possibly cannibals. Suddenly, Dexter is back in business. (Bestseller)
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2011, c2010
Edition: Large print ed
ISBN: 9781410433275
1410433277
Characteristics: 593 p. (large print) ; 23 cm

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amalyndb
Jan 31, 2016

Dearly devouring delicacies

We open to find that Rita has given birth! Dexter has a daughter of his blood— and Brian comes back to town, to ingratiate himself with Rita and the kids. Dexter finds himself resenting Brian, and protective of Lily Anne, the daughter he dotes upon.

Meanwhile, vampire club and cannibals? What is Miami coming to?

Two teenage girls go missing, and it becomes a race to find them, especially after a barbeque in the woods.

Interesting and twisted as always, but weird to see Dexter developing such a conscience – parenthood can do strange things to all of us.

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newfieshawn
Jul 20, 2015

Very much enjoyed this book yummy LOL

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tbebb
Jul 12, 2013

I think this is my favorite Dexter of all. As much as I like the uniqueness of the character and the oddness of cheering for a serial killer devoid of human emotion... this one is about Dexter becoming human, not because he's about to die (which he is, several times) but because he becomes something he never imagined: a father. And as corny as his emotions are as he absorbs them, he becomes more relatable. He is no longer a meticulous killer on the path of the Harry Way, he is a man of vengeance watching the world to save the innocents on his own. I like that!

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Piemanthe3rd
Jul 04, 2013

I enjoyed the book but it got a little campy compared to others and a lot of the "twists" were obvious and could have easily been solved much earlier (why did no one EVER check the folder on the computer that Dexter oh so subtly mentioned on a whim?)

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skelle22
Mar 07, 2013

Dexter is Delicious is far from the best in the series, but following the divisive Dexter in the Dark and the generally tedious Dexter by Design, its new life into an increasingly long-winded series.

jdaigle3 Nov 15, 2012

Dexter is a surprisingly likeable character for a serial killer. If you don't like that idea, don't read this series. If you do and don't mind a bit of gore this is a fantastic series!

RONROSARIO Aug 14, 2012

Dexter Morgan: blood spatter analyst, brother, serial killer...father?! Believe it or not, Dexter is the proud father of a baby girl, and it occupies his mind wholly. Oh no! As if Dexter didn't have enough balls in the air, now a familiar one is thrown into this ever growing juggling act.

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aplumpe
Aug 04, 2012

A little too grusome for me. I feel so bad for the girl....how did she even get that way?

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shiraz5
Aug 29, 2011

Cannibals and vampires? Surely that's old hat. Can we move on?

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tbebb
Jul 12, 2013

"... and for several long heartbeats the sight of her is louder than any song the moon could sing. Lily Anne..."

RONROSARIO Aug 29, 2012

I wondered if I should have read my horoscope--perhaps that would explain what was going on. It could well be that somewhere in Miami really knowledgable people--druids, perhaps--were nodding their heads and murmuring, "Ahhh, Jupiter is in a retrograde moon of Saturn," and pouring another cup of herb tea while they lounged around in Birkenstocks.

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