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Post by nglfi on 27.05.17 17:53

I don't know what possessed me to start reading now, I've held off for a long time but I suppose curiosity got the better of me!

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Post by Phoebe on 27.05.17 18:10

Kate has always struck me, especially after reading her book, as lacking warm, maternal instincts. I find her own relationship with her mother a little distant too. When "disaster" struck in Luz she encouraged female friends and in- laws to come out to support her. Her mother and father did come, but only for a brief spell. Admittedly, her father was unwell but surely he could have returned early and been helped at home while his wife stayed to comfort her only child. I always got the impression Kate was more at ease with her sisters-in-law and friends than her own mother. Perhaps this had some bearing on her own attitude to her daughter. Anyone who can admit to sleeping soundly five days after losing a child is beyond my understanding. Even if this was so wouldn't you expect her to have the wit to understand how such a revelation would be received? I've often mused over whether Kate is in some way emotionally retarded.
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Post by sharonl on 27.05.17 19:07

Mmm, interesting;

We also had Kates' comment that she was happy to have a bottom apartment as opposed to the Paynes' top apartment because it meant that the children were not at risk of falling from the balcony.

We have blood & cadaver odour found in the flower beds. And Gerry's comment "the night we found her

Add to that, that according to the PJ, the kids were all sleeping in one apartment, probably Paynes.

Its been bothering me for ages, Kate also commented that when it was time to come in to get ready for bed, Madeleine not wanting to do that, would play for time, running around, playing hide n seek. I cannot find this now but have been looking for it as I think it may be significant.

Did Madeleine fall from Paynes' apartment?

Anyway - At least Kate isn't blaming God, well not completely anyway. She takes a little bit of responsibility because she prayed that her family would not bang their heads or get hurt in a car accident, she didn't consider abduction.

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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 27.05.17 19:21

@sharonl wrote:Mmm, interesting;

We also had Kates' comment that she was happy to have a bottom apartment as opposed to the Paynes' top apartment because it meant that the children were not at risk of falling from the balcony.

We have blood & cadaver odour found in the flower beds.  And Gerry's comment "the night we found her

Add to that, that according to the PJ, the kids were all sleeping in one apartment, probably Paynes.

Its been bothering me for ages, Kate also commented that when it was time to come in to get ready for bed, Madeleine not wanting to do that, would play for time, running around, playing hide n seek.  I cannot find this now but have been looking for it as I think it may be significant.

Did Madeleine fall from Paynes' apartment?

Anyway - At least Kate isn't blaming God, well not completely anyway.  She takes a little bit of responsibility because she prayed that her family would not bang their heads or get hurt in a car accident, she didn't consider abduction.  
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