A Little Too Commercial | Review of ‘Dexter’s Final Cut’ (Dexter #7)

By Cynthia Ayala

Dexter’s Final Cut by Jeff Lindsay
Doubleday
Image Credit: Goodreads

Hollywood has come to Miami and is shadowing one Dexter Morgan. But one of the stars has her own murdering stalker putting Dexter in a precarious situation, one that only gets worse as his family life starts to dissipate.

Published on September 17, 2013, by Doubleday, Dexter’s Final Cut by Jeff Lindsay is the seventh novel in the critically acclaimed series that follows Dexter Morgan and his dark deeds.
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