From Rachel Wright’s Time for Some R and R channel on Toginet.com (here):
US based British author Steve Marsden recently completed his book Faked Abduction in March 2010. A factual account of the Madeleine McCann disappearance that was widely reported around the world in 2007, his book reveals many details from the 11,300-page Portuguese police files. Steve’s interest in the case began after several visits back to the UK in the summer of 2007, during the time when the worldwide press and media were saturated with stories about the toddler’s disappearance.
As a computer programmer, Steve initially set up a website in November 2007 (http://truthformadeleine.com) as a repository for news about the case. Truth for Madeleine had over 6 million hits in its first year and has always been a well-respected website crammed with information. Steve has also been a private pilot for 23 years and his flight training was done in and around the town of Leicester—the hometown of the McCann family. The local knowledge combined with the accumulation of information on his website meant that the next logical step was to write a book.
What makes Faked Abduction so unique is that it is the only English book that describes the case from the police point of view. In December 2009, the forensic dog handler Martin Grime contacted Steve when on reconnaissance in the USA and he discussed his role in the forensics in Portugal in August 2007. Martin’s dogs Eddie and Keela were instrumental in finding the scent of death and DNA traces of Madeleine in the apartment and car rented by the McCann family after her parents claimed she was abducted on May 3, 2007.
An unprecedented amount of assistance was given to the McCann family by the British government and it is clear from reading Faked Abduction that something bigger than the disappearance has been covered up by the British Establishment.