Madeleine: Our Daughter's Disappearance and the Continuing Search for Her



Kate McCann S Personal Account Of The Agonising Search For Her Missing Daughter The Decision To Publish This Book Has Been Very Difficult, And Taken With Heavy Hearts My Reason For Writing It Is Simple To Give An Account Of The Truth Writing This Memoir Has Entailed Recording Some Very Personal, Intimate And Emotional Aspects Of Our Lives Sharing These With Strangers Does Not Come Easily To Me, But If I Hadn T Done So I Would Not Have Felt The Book Gave As Full A Picture As It Is Possible For Me To Give As With Every Action We Have Taken Over The Last Four Years, It Ultimately Boils Down To Whether What We Are Doing Could Help Us To Find Madeleine When The Answer To That Question Is Yes, Or Even Possibly, Our Family Can Cope With Anything What Follows Is An Intensely Personal Account, And I Make No Apology For That Nothing Is Important To Us Than Finding Our Little Girl Kate McCann, May 2011 It Is A Sad Fact That Not A Single Police Force Anywhere Is Proactively Looking For Madeleine As Is The Case For Many Other Missing Children I Am Sure This Book Will Re Energise The Search For Our Daughter And The Public Will Get Behind The Find Madeleine Campaign Once Again It Is Simply Not Acceptable That The Authorities Have Given Up On Madeleine Especially When No Comprehensive Review Of The Case Has Been Undertaken Our Daughter, And Whoever Took Her, Are Out There We Need Your Help To Find Them Gerry McCann, May 2011Madeleine: Our Daughter's Disappearance and the Continuing Search for Her

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  • Hardcover
  • 408 pages
  • Madeleine: Our Daughter's Disappearance and the Continuing Search for Her
  • Kate McCann
  • English
  • 08 February 2018
  • 9780593067918

10 thoughts on “Madeleine: Our Daughter's Disappearance and the Continuing Search for Her

  1. says:

    I am sorry but I felt the need to read this book because I had a wariness about The McCanns, especially Kate This book does not ease all of those It s awful to think of the poor child whatever happened to her the poor poor girl I am not won over by Kate s writing and still wonder why they couldn t do what other families do on holiday eat early and go home, take pushchairs and let em sleep next to the table or even take it in turns to go out but no THEY WENT OUT EVERY NIGHT One of the nights she was left alone Madeline asked why mummy hadn t come to her when she cried still they went out again Another morning there was a strange stain on the child s PJ s she just washed them through and went out again On the fateful night of the disappearance they all saw the door had moved but still went back to their friends, surely there were enough clu...

  2. says:

    This book really ticked me off it seems to me like Kate is taking ZERO responsibility for the abduction of her child.Even if she had seen the person absconding with Maddy in their arms, she could not have caught them as she was 50 METRES away At a restaurant Drinking, eating, distracted.They went out to eat EVERY nightwithout the kids Aren t vacations time to spend WITH your family why didn t they eat early at the other restaurant with the kids In fact, why did they make a standing reservation at Tapas Restaurant if they put their kids first they abandoned them every damn evening.nice parenting if they were there every pm that let whole resort know their kids were alone q pm..Why did they not get a sitter one for all the kids of all their group in one unit would not be too pricey or put their children in the creche Because they would then have to rewake them and resettle them into sleep back in their unit IS this really such an swful thi...

  3. says:

    I felt quite angry reading this Kate accepts no responsibility for what happened to her child I still am not sure whether I believe her account I saw very little of Madeleine in the book, which astonished me It seems to be...

  4. says:

    EDIT ON 01 MAY 2014 In two days time it will be seven years since little Madeleine went missing SEVEN YEARS. I wanted to push this review back on my posts feed because I wanted to help raise awareness of a little girl who is still missing from her family her Mom, Dad, and brother and sister Madeleine will be 11 years old on 12th May this year, and has been missing since she was almost 4, having disappeared from her holiday apartment in Portugal on the evening of May 3rd 2007.I found this book both compelling and tragic It is written by Kate, Maddie s Mom, from her Kate s point of view and it is told well enough that I can picture things as they happened It is sad that Kate felt she had to write this book, I suppose, in some way to help clear her and Gerry s names I dont think for a minute that either Kate or Gerry had anything to do with Maddie s disappearance And whatever my thoughts are about the children being left alone in the apartment, it still doesn t take away the fact that ...

  5. says:

    This is simply a self pitying account of Kate McCann I do recall that the children were supposedly left on their own A working class family would have been prosecuted for that fact alone so I fail to see how Kate McCann is in any way a victim She is at very least guilty of neglect and possibly I also found it very interesting that two high earning Doctors would use a fund set up to search for their child, in order to pa...

  6. says:

    constructively, the book is put together quite well, which always makes for an easier read There is photos of Kate and Gerry than there is of Madeleine After a brief foreword the first chapter is all about Gerry and Kate and I suppose it s good to give the reader a background of the parents, but I quickly got the sense that this entire book is an admission of innocence How Gerry is one of those men who is honest and open and how they both thrive to ensure their children are well nourished, with Gerry shouting up to Madeleine if she would like broccoli Gerry proclaims that his church took a back seat during his university days the book is littered with these little statements Then onto the main sections These people cannot be right in the head They can t be In regards to a comment Madeleine had said the night before when she or the twins I forget which woke and cried for over an hour we had mentioned to the others what Madeleine had said that morning Obviously, we didn t want any of our children waking and wondering where we were even for a few MINUTES It was enough of a conc...

  7. says:

    As a social worker and mother to four young children, this book was beyond excruciating to read I cannot get past the fact that Madeleine s parents justify having left her and her twin siblings alone for 12 evenings in a ground floor apartment with an unlocked door This was not, as she calls it an error in judgement This was repeated neglect, willfully carried out night after night What if there was a fire What if your child was choking Or left through the open door On the night of the abduction, Kate admits they spent the evening not on t...

  8. says:

    Like many people in the UK I have been following this story for a long time and have heard the rumours and conspiracy theories that the McCann s may have actually been involved Having now read this book I still have no idea either way whether they had something to do with Madeleine s disappearance Kate comes across as someone who is genuinely grieving and struggling with the loss of her daughter, but at the same time she dismisses vital evidence the Portuguese police found At one point when she learns of the sniffer dog evidence her friend remarks are the police going to put the dogs in the stand and get them to bark once for yes and twice for no which I thought was very dismissive and odd Surely you would be distressed at the possibility your child had died in the apartment, not immediately try to discredit the...

  9. says:

    I knew only the basic facts of the case concerning Madeleine s disappearance I knew that her parents had copped a lot of flak in the media and I knew that she still hasn t been found, so I settled in to read Kate McCann s book with a great deal of interest.And interesting it was I read it in two sittings and was absolutely emotionally exhausted by the time I d finished.It s well written and an easy read for the most part, although keeping track of al...

  10. says:

    I wanted to read this book to see if it changed my opinion on kate mccann it hasn t all it has done is show a cold hearted woman who accepts no responsibilty for whatever happened to madeleine I hoped to be able to read the book and find something that made me think that all the bad press was just that but unfortunately all I found was myself becoming irritated by quotes and actions of a seemingly carefree mother I couldnt actually finish the book and stopped 2 chapters from the end as th...

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