Lisa Campbell Releases Third Book on Michael Jackson - Offers Definitive Account Of Superstar's Life
PR Log - Jan 30, 2013 - PHOENIX -- From the dingy town of Gary, Indiana to the heartbreaking farewell days before he was to stage the comeback of all comebacks, "Michael Jackson: The Complete Story of the King of Pop" tells the story of the rise and fall and rise again of the greatest entertainer in history. Besides detailing his unprecedented success in music and dance, his philanthropic endeavors are explored revealing his other true passion, helping the sick and suffering of the world and the Earth itself. Also offered is an in-depth examination of the accusations of child molestation made against Michael Jackson in 1993 and 2003 and the resulting "Trial of the Century". The shocking news of his passing and the unprecedented global response is recounted; the tragic news nearly bringing the internet to its knees as widespread grief reached every corner of the globe. The aftermath of his death centered on three key questions, "What happened?", "What about his assets and mounting debt?" And most importantly, "Who will care for his children" Continuing the story, new deals and contracts entered into by the trustees of the estate set new records in the music industry, ensuring Michael Jackson's legacy will continue and his immeasurable contributions to music will always be remembered. Dr. Conrad Murray stands trial and is convicted of manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson. His children are cared for by Michael's beloved mother, Katherine.
Campbell's previous publications, "Michael Jackson: The King of Pop" and "Michael Jackson: The King of Pop's Darkest Hour" met with an overwhelming response from Jackson himself, acknowledging her work personally and thanking her in the liner notes of his HIStory album. This new book combines these two efforts and completes the story of the greatest entertainer in history in a fashion not seen in the other many publications on Jackson. Available in hardback, soft cover, Kindle and Nook.
Campbell, a native of Michigan, now resides in Phoenix, Arizona. An avid attendee of Jackson's concerts and personal appearances, she possesses one of the largest collections of Jackson memorabilia and an extensive Jackson video and print library.