Series: Dexter

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Darkly Dreaming Dexter by Jeff Lindsay1
Dearly Devoted Dexter by Jeff Lindsay2
Dexter in the Dark by Jeff Lindsay3
Dexter by Design by Jeff Lindsay4
Dexter is Delicious by Jeff Lindsay5
Double Dexter by Jeff Lindsay6
Dexter's Final Cut: A Novel by Jeff Lindsay7
Dexter Is Dead: A Novel (Dexter Novel) by Jeff Lindsay8
Dexter [Graphic Novel] by Jeff LindsayGraphic Novel
Dexter Down Under by Jeff LindsayGraphic Novel
Dexter: An Omnibus by Jeff LindsayOmnibus 1-3
Jeff Lindsay Dexter Books: 3 Books Collection (Darkly Dreaming Dexter / Dearly Devoted Dexter / Dexter in the Dark) by Jeff LindsayOmnibus 1-3
6 Volumes - Darkly Dreaming Dexter, Dearly Devoted Dexter, Dexter in the Dark, Dexter by Design, Dexter is Delicious, Double Dexter by Jeff LindsayOmnibus 1-6
Jeff Lindsay Novel Collection 6 Books Set Dexter Is Delicious, Double Dexter, Et by Jeff LindsayOmnibus 1-6

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Series description

Crime lab tech by day, avenging serial killer by night. This series follows Dexter Morgan as he takes on lawbreakers both on-the-clock and off-the-clock, while also handling "normal people living" alongside cop/stepsister Deb and girlfriend Rita.

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