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Darkly Dreaming Dexter Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 22-23 Summary

Jeff Lindsay
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Chapters 22-23 Summary

After Deborah calls in the crime scene, there is a struggle over jurisdiction since the ice rink is in Broward County. The Metro-Dade police believe they should run the scene because the bodies belong to the heads found in their jurisdiction, but the Broward County police believe there is no proof these bodies belong to those heads. Finally the conflict is settled by the state police, who give jurisdiction to Metro-Dade. During this struggle, Dexter has been looking at the display in the janitor's closet. The killer has arranged the body parts in such a way that they spell out "Boo." Dexter finds the whole scene familiar, especially the closeness of the closet, and again begins to wonder if perhaps he has committed this crime himself.

LaGuerta arrives on the scene. Still angry over the scene with the reporters and annoyed that Deborah found the...

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