Michael Jackson: The King of Pop's Darkest Hour
Branden Publishing Company, 1994 - 253 pages
This book details the career of Michael Jackson and his efforts to finally shed his media shy image. 1993 was destined to be one of the biggest and best years for Michael Jackson but along came an ugly and disturbing twist -- he became the target of allegations of child molestation. Although he constantly kept his complete and total innocence, he was subjected to an unprecedental barrage of media attention and abuse. His every move and motives were questioned, but Jackson consistently and without exception proved his sceptics wrong. This book takes a look at the media's obsession with the story, not with the facts, but with the sensationalism and the potential for profits; big profits! Here are the facts and perspectives that were virtually ignored by the media.
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