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Child of Silence (Bo Bradley, #1) Child Of Silence Bo Bradley, 1 Author Abigail Padgett Bandcamptomp3.co.uk Padgett S Gritty And Absorbing Debut Novel Featuring A San Diego Child Abuse Investigator Evokes The Emotional And Psychological Intensity Of Jonathan Kellerman S Bestselling Alex Delaware Books Bo Bradley Loves Her Job As An Abuse Investigator, But A Troubling New Case Threatens Not Only A Child S Life But Her Own.


10 thoughts on “Child of Silence (Bo Bradley, #1)

  1. says:

    Gritty and fantasticQ She could sit on the floor and chat calmly with three year olds about unusual sexual practices She could photograph burns left by lit cigarettes on the genitals of babies She could even observe an occasional autopsy without popping Valium or gaining fifty pounds of buffering flesh as so many of her peers did.Years of psychiatric treatment notwithstanding, sh...


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    I noticed that the majority reviewers seemed to really like this booksadly, I was not one of them.I didn t particularly like the author s writing style but having said that I think she did a great job of describing the Bipolar protagonist s thoughts and reasons for doing...


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    One of my very favorite mystery writers and this series she has 2 is my favorite of hers Terrific well written first book in a relatively short series, and Padgett s first book The likeable sleuth pro...


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    In a complex world of the juvenile court system in San Diego County, bureaucrats and individual social workers struggle daily to save the children in danger For one social worker, Bo Bradley, the daily battle is enhanced because of her own condition of manic depression bipolar disorder Only one person with whom she works knows of this condition her friend and colleague, Estella Benedict But whenever the symptoms begin to reappear, a difficult ...


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    Bo Bradley, a social worker with the San Diego s Children s Protective Services, findsthan expected as she investigates the case of a boy found tied to a mattress in an abandoned building on a Paiute Reservation Because he doesn t communicate or seem to understand what is said to him, he is labeled retarded and the system proceeds to institutionalize him Because of her family history, Bo realizes the boy, who calls himself Weppo is not retarded He is deaf Apparently, no one has at Bo Bradley, a social worker with the San Diego s Children s Protective Services, findsthan expected as she investigates the case of a boy found tied to a mattress in an abandoned building on a Paiute Reservation Because he doesn t communicate or seem to understand what is said to him, he is labeled retarded and the system proceeds to institutionalize him Because of her family history, Bo realizes th...


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    I found this a bit of a departure from Padgett s two Blue books that I ve enjoyed, though this series comes with higher recommendations It s atraditional mystery story, though the main character is still a far cry from your average sleuth.Bo Bradley is an investigator into child abuse with the social services but her main characteristic is that she suffers from manic depression I think Padgett did a pretty good job of portraying someone with a mental illness without making them out to be I found this a bit of a departure from Padgett s two Blue books that I ve enjoyed, though this series comes with higher recommendations It s atraditional mystery story, though the main character is still a far cry from your average sleuth.Bo Bradley is an investigator into child abuse with the social services but her main characteristic is that she suffers from manic depression I think Padgett did a prett...


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    Bo Bradley is quite the character Riddled with her own issues the CPS investigator is one brave and quirky woman Child of Silence features a young, deaf boy, which brings an interesting intrigue to the mystery Why does someone one want that little boy dead


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    Child of SilenceFrom the BookA wise old Paiute woman finds a four year old boy tied to a mattress in an abandoned shack in the hills above San Diego Child abuse investigator Bo Bradley gets the case Staff at St Mary s Hospital for Children assume the boy is mentally impaired because he cannot talk, but Bo remembers a little sister named Laurie She knows that the boy, like Laurie, is deaf.Complicating things is Bo s manic depressive disorder, a troubling but occasionally valuable problem for Child of SilenceFrom the BookA wise old Paiute woman finds a four year old boy tied to a mattress in an abandoned shack in the hills above San Diego Child abuse investigator Bo Bradley gets the case Staff at St Mary s Hospital for Children assume the boy is mentally impaired because he cannot talk, but Bo remembers a little sister named Laurie She knows that the boy, like Laurie, is deaf.Complicating things is Bo s manic depressive disorder, a troubling but occasionally valuable problem for which s...


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    An elderly Native American Woman finds an abandoned boy on the Barona Ranch Indian Reservation he is tied up and unconscious In the first mystery written and published by author Abigail Padgett, Bo Bradley, Juvenile Court Investigator working for Child Protective Services in San Diego, is assigned the case What is supposed to be a slam dunk case turns into a race for the little boy s life as well as her own as Bo tries to unravel the mystery of who the boy is and where he came from with two h An elderly Native American Woman finds an abandoned boy on the Barona Ranch Indian Reservation he is tied up and unconscious In the first mystery written and published by author Abigail Padgett, Bo Bradley, Juvenile Court Investigator working for Child Protective Services in San Diego, is assigned the case What is supposed to be a slam dunk case turns into a race for the little boy s life as well as her own as Bo tries to unravel the mystery of who the boy is and where he came from with two hit man hot on her heels and the mania that is beginning to set in As it happens, Bo...


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    Bo is a social worker who is bipolar and gets very involved with one of her cases an abandoned deaf child.First sentences 1 3 00 a.m Fog Wisps of fog drifting through the open balcony doors of Bo Bradley s San Diego beach apartment wafted aimlessly and then evaporated But not before settling damply on her unruly mane of silvery auburn hair And not before capturing the attention of an almond shaped structure called the amygdala, nestled deep within Bo s brain More highly evolved in dogs Bo is a social worker who is bipolar and gets very involved with one of her cases an abandoned deaf child.First sentences 1 3 00 a.m Fog Wisps of fog drifting through the open balcony doors of Bo Bradley s San Diego beach apartment wafted aimlessly and then evaporated But not before settling damply on her unruly mane of silvery auburn hair And not before capturing the attention of an almond shaped structure called the amygdala, nestled deep within Bo s brain More highly evolved in dogs than in people, the amygdala responds to scent In theimaginative, it can create whole movies out of a whiff of yeast muffin or a hint of perfume And prone toward the manic end of a manic depressive disorder, Bo Bradley was never short of imagination, even in sleep Irritated, she stretched her lan...