Wednesday, 19 August 2009

Chapter 18 of The Truth of The Lie by Goncalo Amaral


Chapter 18 has now been added and the chapters are in consecutive order from Foreword to the new addition.

See menu on the left and click on the chapter number.


Many thanks to the Portuguese person, known as Astro, for help with this chapter
.

13 comments:

jkh said...

OMG!

Thank you so much for this long awaited chapter!

Although most of it was already known from the files it just makes it so definite seeing it all in the chapter.

AnnaEsse said...

Jkh,

Thank you. As you say, it's all in the files, which makes this book an accurate description of the police investigation carried out by Portuguese and English police teams. The McCanns may be "outraged," that the police placed them under investigation, but if the police could be sued for exploring every lead and avenue of an investigation, our prisons would be empty.

Anonymous said...

thanks so much for all your hard work...

a very depressing read and very clear that the McCann's have been protected.

3A's is down at the moment but what with your translation & Blacksmith's fine blog, I've yet to start any work this morning

AnnaEsse said...

Good morning, anonymous, and thank you for your kind remarks. I will visit Blacksmith's blog. Thanks for the tip. I'm suffering withdrawal at the moment since 3As is not available. I might even have to do some housework!

Anonymous said...

Blacksmith's last 2 blogs are really interesting - the night of the 3rd according to parents & friends / & according to the police

I'm still waiting for Amaral's other revelations. On a recent(ish) Portuguese tv interview he said there was more information he had that would maybe be part of a new book...
and the mention of the unmasking of a blogger...
wondering if that was Duarte Levy...but then Joana un-masked him

and what about the supposed suing/counter suing?

3A's is still down... i really must get on with some work!

AnnaEsse said...

Help, Anonymous! I haven't got the link for Blacksmith's blog and Google gives me everything from the practical, i.e, blacksmiths, to weird cults!

The wind is really coming up here and I've had to secure lots of plants that are in big pots cos they're blowing over.

If 3As doesn't get back soon, I'm going to have to tackle the mountain of correspondence on the dining room table. Eeek!!

Anonymous said...

here's Blacksmith's link:

pleasant reading

http://madeleinemccannaffair.blogspot.com/


(windy here too in London)

AnnaEsse said...

Thank you, Anonymous!

Best regards,

Anna

Anonymous said...

See Jo's blog for the latest on 3a

Dimsie said...

Hi Anna and everyone! I'm another refugee from 3A who's finally had time to visit some of the many other sites about Madeleine as 3A is down. I don't think I ever realised there were so many excellent sites out there, all with the same aim of getting justice for Madeleine.

Keep up the good work, everyone! And Anna, thanks so much for all your hard work in translating the book for us. It's much appreciated.

Dimsie

Anonymous said...

Dimsie, glad you found your way to jo's blog.

Some of 3a's members can be found here.

http://missingmadeleine.forumotion.net/forum.htm

Anonymous said...

Anna a million thanks for all of your hard work...



IRONSIDE

AnnaEsse said...

Thank you IRONSIDE.

And while I'm here, John Hirst's forum (sorry, haven't got the link handy.) has a few 3As people posting.

Best regards,

Anna