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Looking For Madeleine: The must-read account of the disappearance that continues to grip the world

Anthony Summers, Robbyn Swan

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True crime, Prose: non-fiction

The definitive account of the Madeleine McCann case.

LOOKING FOR MADELEINE is the must-read account that the online haters tried to silence. Its award-winning authors, Anthony Summers & Robbyn Swan, feature in the NETFLIX series 'The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann' and soon on Investigation Discovery.

"EXPLOSIVE" Sun "COMPELLING" Daily Telegraph

The book:
Identifies the blunders made during the police search for Madeleine
Draws on confidential police sources
Analyses the thousands of pages of the Portuguese police dossier
Pinpoints the misreading of forensic evidence that - for a time - turned Kate and Gerry McCann into formal suspects
Follows the clues indicating that the McCanns' apartment was watched, that the apartment had been visited by a phoney "charity collector
Reports, in frightening detail. on the many earlier sex assaults on British children in the area

Twelve years on, as Scotland Yard and Portuguese investigators continue their work, the Yard is reportedly focusing on a specific suspect. A senior officer told the authors: "The case is solvable."

What readers have said about LOOKING FOR MADELEINE:

"Lucidly written, superbly researched...non-judgemental...An excellent, fascinating update."

"A wonderful book. I was engrossed from beginning to end."

"Extensive research...plausible and sensible conclusions..."

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Praise for Looking For Madeleine: The must-read account of the disappearance that continues to grip the world

  • Delves beneath the hysterical newspaper headlines to tell the real story of this heart-breaking mystery - Choice Magazine

  • Explosive - Sun

  • Genuinely frightening . . . forensically detailed - Judy Finnigan

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Anthony Summers

Anthony Summers gained his degree at Oxford and joined the BBC. He covered the wars in Vietnam and the Middle East and smuggled cameras into the Soviet Union to interview Andrei Sakharov when he won the Nobel prize. Married with 2 sons, he now lives in Ireland in an ex-ferryman's cottage by the river Blackwater.

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