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  • Well presented but sad and bizarre.

    This book is well presented with the events of madelines disappearance. In my opinion there will be no rest for the mccanns until they answer the 48 questions put to them. If they are innocent they must be very unlucky that the experienced dogs only picked their car and the other factors that are not explained . In my opinion if they were working class people they would now be doing jail time in Portugal. It is all just so bizarre and we will be for ever more wondering what is the truth.

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  • Profile of the disappearance of madeline mccann

    This version of events fits clues together like a jig saw. My heart is breaking for that little girl. The one question left unanswered is how the parents ever got away with regularly leaving three infants on their own, while they wined and dined elsewhere.

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  • Rational and professional outlook on McCann case.

    Far superior to any of the reading material on the Madeleine McCann case. A MUST read for anyone interested in seeking an insight into the disappearance of this child. Great to see an intelligent book on the case along with the detectives book (truth of the lie).

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  • Sound & Logical

    I've held off reading about the Madeleine McCann case, hoping that long before now it would've been solved. Alas, no, so I started here for some facts. I know full well how parents can be tainted, convicted, ruined - the Azaria Chamberlain case is the obvious one for any Australian over the age of thirty five, and some under it - but I still think the McCanns are hiding something, and I'm more reserved in that thinking because of the Chamberlain case. The biggest problem for the average person is parents leaving small children alone and unsupervised in a strange room in a foreign country. It was just good fortune nothing happened sooner. I want to now go back and read everything.

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  • Fascinating and Factual read

    Initially, I thought this was a ' I'm a McCann supporter' book; because of a statement at the very beginning about the reaction of Kate & Gerry M. So I was quite disappointed. However, as the book becomes more in depth the breathtaking truth is revealed. It's such a solid conclusive account of what ' may' have happened on 3 May 2007 in Portugal. Excellent read, excellent argument, excellent assumption!

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