Darkly Dreaming Dexter - Study Guide Chapters 12-13 Summary & Analysis

Jeff Lindsay
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Chapters 12-13 Summary

Dexter is unhappy that there has been an arrest in the Tamiami Trail case until he gets a closer look at the accused. The security guard is a run of the mill wife beater, who has been arrested a few times for robbery and domestic abuse. Dexter knows this man is not capable of the mastery of the Tamiami Trail killings. Dexter warns Deborah that LaGuerta has made a mistake and that the real killer is still out there. The killer will kill again, and next time, it will be on a larger scale simply to show the cops what huge idiots they have proven themselves to be. Dexter advices Deborah to go to the captain and tell him that she believes the killer is still on the loose. That way, when the real killer does kill again, Deborah will look like the smarter detective...

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