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Abigail Padgett

Abigail Padgett

·3.9·2,368 Ratings
“ Knock, And He'll open the door. Vanish, And He'll make you shine like the sun. Fall, And He'll raise you to the heavens. Become nothing, And He'll turn you into everything. ” ― Rumi
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  • Blue (Blue, #1)

    2001·
    ·3.84·116 Ratings
    Blue McCarron, the savvy, gay social psychologist with a yen for crime detection, is captivated by the bizarre case of Beatrice "Muffin" Crandall, a proper grande dame of 72 who has just confessed to murdering a man, chopping him up, and storing his body
  • The Dollmaker's Daughters

    1998·
    ·4·115 Ratings
    Fianna is not your usual fifteen-year-old. You can find her most nights at Goblin Market, a dark and misty club where teenage would-be vampires come to play. Like her peers, Fianna dresses in theme-appropriate black. But unlike anyone else, she always car
  • Strawgirl (Bo Bradley, #2)

    1995·
    ·3.84·153 Ratings
    Following the success of Child of Silence, Padgett's heroine Bo Bradley, child abuse investigator for the San Diego juvenile court system, returns, as she is assigned to retrive an abused child's ten-year-old sister from her parents, members of a New Age
  • Child of Silence (Bo Bradley, #1)

    1994·
    ·3.95·333 Ratings
    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 tr
  • Margaret Maron Presents Malice Domestic (Malice Domestic, #8)

    1999·
    ·3.96·69 Ratings
    A Screenwriter Scorned plots a chilling revenge suitable for celluloid. . . . A four-footed sleuth takes on the perplexing case of the missing Christmas goose. . . . A widow who narrowly escapes death has a surprise in store for her would-be slayer. . . .
  • The Paper Doll Museum

    2012·
    ·4.18·78 Ratings
    Retired, divorced and addicted to eggplant, Taylor Blake is seeing things. That aren't there. Determined to forestall the inevitable trip to a locked facility, she skillfully hides the fact that her life has become a horror movie. Then, at a club dance, a
  • Turtle Baby (Bo Bradley, #3)

    1996·
    ·3.95·124 Ratings
    His hair is ebony. His skin is ruddy brown. He is unmistakably Mayan, even at eight months. They call him Acito, or little turtle. In fact, he seems to be as hard-shelled as his animal-spirit namesake. Lucky for him, because he's just survived a near-fata
  • Bone Blind

    2011·
    ·3.46·264 Ratings
    Only the flame from a curious candle holder illuminated the murdered corpse of Karl Knock on a bitterly cold Massachusetts night twenty years in the past. When the efforts of local, state and federal investigators failed to cast more light on the crime th
  • Moonbird Boy (Bo Bradley, #4)

    1996·
    ·4·109 Ratings
    Psychiatry, tribal Indians and murder collide for child abuse investigator Bo Bradley in this, her most personal, and deadly, case yet. On the Neji Indian reservation, Bo befriends Mort, a troubled stand-up comedian, and his young son, Bird. When Mort is
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