Darkly Dreaming Dexter - Chapters 20-21 Summary & Analysis

Jeff Lindsay
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Chapters 20-21 Summary

Dexter moves around the crime scene, watching the technicians go about their jobs in eerie silence. Normally, the technicians and cops approach a crime scene with humor, but even veteran investigators are disturbed by what they see at this scene. LaGuerta arrives and brings along three reporters. LaGuerta tells these reporters that the murders were perpetrated by another killer, not the Tamiami Trail killer. The reporters openly question this logic, since it seems far fetched, but LaGuerta is determined to convince them otherwise. Captain Matthews arrives during this discussion and becomes enraged that LaGuerta would bring reporters to a crime scene. Matthews sends the reporters away and reprimands LaGuerta for her actions.

Dexter leaves the scene and encounters Deborah. Dexter updates Deborah on what is happening and encourages her to investigate on her own, even though she is not technically on the case. Dexter knows...

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