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Double Dexter by Jeff Lindsay

Double Dexter by Jeff Lindsay

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The 6th book in the killer New York Times best-selling series — and inspiration for Showtime's #1-rated show, Dexter — returns with a completely new , disarmingly dark double take of a novel. Double the fun coming October 18th. Join the fans at http://www.facebook.com/jefflindsayauthor
The 6th book in the killer New York Times best-selling series — and inspiration for Showtime's #1-rated show, Dexter — returns with a completely new , disarmingly dark double take of a novel. Double the fun coming October 18th. Join the fans at http://www.facebook.com/jefflindsayauthor

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Published by: Doubleday on Apr 19, 2011
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 An excerpt from the forthcoming Dexter novel
DOUBLE DEXTER
By Jeff Lindsay
Coming Fall 2011 from Doubleday
 
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ONEOf course there are clouds. They take over the sky and hide thatpulsing swollen moon that is clearing its throat above them. The slow trickleof its light is there—but any possible glimmer is hidden, invisible behind theclouds that have rolled in low, bloated and so very full. Soon the clouds willopen up and pour down a heavy summer rain, so very soon, because they,too, are full of what they must do, full to the point of bursting, so very fullthat they, too, must work to hold back the ood that absolutely must come,and soon. And so the clouds glower and bunch and wait, letting the need build,and the tension grows with it. It will be soon; it has to be soon. In only afew moments these dark and silent clouds will shatter the silence of thenight with the unbearable bright omnipotence of their might, and blast thedarkness into ickering shards—and then, only then, the release will come. The clouds will open up and all the tension of holding in so much weight will ow out in the pure bliss of letting go and the clean joy of it will pour

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