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[BOOKS] ✯ Vanished: The Truth About the Disappearance of Madeleine McCann By Danny Collins – Webpolitics.us

Vanished: The Truth About the Disappearance of Madeleine McCannOn The Evening Of May 3, 2007, Gerry And Kate McCann Returned To Their Resort Apartment In Portugal S Algarve To Every Parents Worst Nightmare Their Daughter, Three Year Old Madeleine Beth McCann Had Vanished From Her Room Her Disappearance Sparked A Worldwide Manhunt Poster Campaigns, Distraught Pleas From The Parents, And Frenzied Media Coverage All Ensued But Still Madeleine S Whereabouts Remain A Mystery Portuguese Police Initially Commenced A Search For Madeleine S Abductor, But As The Case Dragged On The Waters Became Muddied And Controversy Dogged The Investigation British Police Were Called In, Suspects Entered And Departed The Frame, Sightings Of Madeleine Were Reported From Around The World, Accusations About The Thoroughness And Competency Of The Portuguese Police Were Made, And The McCanns Were Scrutinized In The Full Glare Of The Media Spotlight With The Portuguese Police Even Declaring Gerry And Kate Suspects.A Year After Madeleine Disappeared, Spanish Based Veteran Investigative Journalist Danny Collins Looks At The Clues And False Leads Gathered Over 12 Months Of Meticulous In Depth Investigation In An Attempt To Piece Together Just What Happened On That Fateful Night.

[BOOKS] ✯ Vanished: The Truth About the Disappearance of Madeleine McCann By Danny Collins – Webpolitics.us
  • Paperback
  • 262 pages
  • Vanished: The Truth About the Disappearance of Madeleine McCann
  • Danny Collins
  • English
  • 26 June 2018
  • 9781844546145

    10 thoughts on “[BOOKS] ✯ Vanished: The Truth About the Disappearance of Madeleine McCann By Danny Collins – Webpolitics.us


  1. says:

    The case of Madeleine McCann gripped Europe during 2007, when the three year old went missing from her holiday villa never to be seen again Her mother, Kate McCann has recently released a book telling the family s version of her disappearance and I thought it was an opportune time to read the earlier published account of the disappearance by investigative journalist Danny Collins.Whilst at first glance the book seems to be an impartial account of the case, it soon becomes apparent that it is really written from the position that the McCann s were completely innocent of any wrongdoing, even in leaving their children unattended, and focuses on discrediting the police investigation and criticizing the media slightly hypocritical of a investigative journalist At points the writer goes off on a tangent, telling tantalising stories about other missing children, even those who have been missing for decades and bear no relevance to the McCann case, abuse in children s homes or accusing all gypsies of being child abductors who frequently traffic children across Europe to use in begging operations.O...


  2. says:

    I did enjoy this book, however first and foremost the title The truth about the disappearance For a missing persons case that to this day is unsolved, I find this title extremely misleading and a little disrespectful.This book wasn t a hard read due to the fact it is based on theories and possible circumstances and outcomes of the case I did however feel the writer was at many a time biased to...


  3. says:

    I normally don t write long detailed reviews but feel that I need to to enable me to express some issues after reading this bookI first one to state a rough blurb to anyone who has not heard about the event the book is based on and then what I say will be easier to understandMadeleine was a 3 yr old british girl who disappeared and has yet to be found whilst on holiday with her family in portugal what made it big was the fact that not only are they unsure what happened to her and her parents courted the press a lot but what led up to her disappearance I.e she had her twin siblings were left in bed alone whilst the parents were out drinking in a tapas bar over 120 meters away and the patio door was left open to enable easy entering when the adults came to check The first main issue I had was the fact that this was meant to be an investigative journalist who wrote the book and thus from my understanding is meant to look at all the evidence, state it in neutral way and then confirm what it may suggest then state their conclusions from what they found out However the writer started the book from the forward with an obvious bias in favour of the parents being niave and just unthinking who child disappeared and the police being silly there are mum and dad, the strong and silent heartthrob consultant Gerry and the cool and lissom Kate beautiful in her grief and in the next sentence its the stuff of fantasy...


  4. says:

    Everyone knows something about Madeleine McCann or has at least heard the name, how could you not its been saturated in the media since May 2007.The is the story of a young family who went on holidays to Praia da Luz in Portugal, a mother, father and 3 young children, only 4 of them would return home.Theories abound on what happened to this little girl, was she taken from the room by persons unknown did she wander off looking for her parents Was she killed in some kind of accident and it covered up.We look deeply and I mean deeply into the handling by the police of this case, from the moment she was found missing nothing went right, crime scene s were ruined, information withheld, police with their own theories, public opinion would sway in the breeze as much as the facts in this case do.Brutally honest, well sourced and researched, if you ever wanted to know everything about the family and that first year then this ...


  5. says:

    definitely not what I was expecting to read about I found the book hard to follow at times, quite repetitive and some inconsistencies such as the wrong year being listed i.e 2006 on page 78 and 79.


  6. says:

    I have to say this writer s probable scenario about what happened to Madeleine McCann make sense than most of the others put forward.


  7. says:

    Gee, talk about a pointless book that doesn t tell us what we already know It just seemed like what could have been fitted on an A4 page was drawn out into a 250 page book Boring


  8. says:

    dull and repetitious


  9. says:

    Good but at times quite dense and goes into unnecessary detail in my opinion.


  10. says:

    Biased and exaggerates details that may paint the parents in a negative light, by saying for example that cadaver dogs will react to the smell of chicken corpse the cadaver dogs used were trained to react only only react to human blood corpse scent at the body farm and had a nearly perfect record of success.Also states that blood match found was claimed to be 100% match not true It was something like 17 of 19 marker match Doesn t mention that the soft toy had cadaver scent as well.Doesn t mention that witness testimony contradicted numerous times notepad of DIFFERENT timelines written by witnesses prior to being interviewed.Claims that blood on wall was masculine untrue Came from multiple sources Maddy included Parents even say it is and that it was from a nosebleed.Doesn t mention parents admitted to drugging the children in the UK but claimed not to in Portugal.There is a lot , but basically the conclusion drawn by one of the investigators on the case is Madeleine got up in the night to go look for her parents climbed on the couch and fell behind it and died and wa...

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