Positive news for the McCann’s as plans for controversial book about Maddie’s case is axed
Plan for a second book by Goncalo Amaral, policeman who led the in for Madeleine McCann when she vanished in the Algarve, have been axed.
The policeman , who wrote the controversial book ‘The Truth of the Lie’ which claimed the McCann’s faked the abduction, is not set to release a second book. Reports that he was set to publish a second book about the case are reportedly false.
In an exclusive by the Sunday Mirror, publisher for Amaral said that there were no drafts even for a second book.
“There is no book. It doesn’t exist, even as a draft. It may be he’d like to work on a book some time, but for the moment it doesn’t exist,” he said.
A source for the McCann’s has said that the news will come as a relief to the McCann family.
“It will be a huge relief for Kate and Gerry,” they said.
The first book, ‘The Turth of the Lie’ was never released in the UK and it sparked a massive legal battle between Kate and Gerry and the policeman, Goncalo Amaral.
Last week the McCann’s lost their third, and last battle against silencing the policeman for his “massive tidal waves of lies” against them.