Kate McCann has written a book called Madeleine, which is due to be released to coincide with the 4 th anniversary of her daughter's disappeearance in May. I have to be admit to being very interested in reading this book. If I am honest this is partly because I want to hear her side of the story. However, my interest is mostly from that of a mother who can only imagine what it must be like to have to somehow stay together enough, to get up every day and deal with her other children, knowing that one is missing and having no idea where she is, who she is or if she is even alive. It is very hard to imagine how one copes on a day to day basis, with that. However, I can't help feeling a little uncomfortable with my interest in the book, and am wondering if it is distasteful to be interested in hearing what she has to say :s Anyone got any thoughts?