Darkly Dreaming Dexter - Study Guide Chapters 18-19 Summary & Analysis

Jeff Lindsay
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Dexter meets Deborah for lunch and he encourages her to continue with the Tamiami Trail case. Dexter convinces Deborah that the murder case of the night before, his own crime, was committed by the Tamiami Trail killer. Later in the afternoon, however, Dexter presents LaGuerta with a convincing report against the idea that the Tamiami Trail killer committed the same crime. LaGuerta is so happy with Dexter's report that she attempts to seduce him. Dexter backs away so quickly that LaGuerta ends up on the floor, embarrassed.

That night Dexter has a dream that the Tamiami Trail killer is killing not one victim, but three, all at once. Early the next morning, Dexter gets a call from Deborah telling him there has been another murder. When Dexter arrives at the scene, he is greeted with three severed heads that have been carefully staged. The heads...

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