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Jermaine Jackson has confirmed that his forthcoming memoir of his brother Michael will be released in September.
The book, entitled Michael, You Are Not Alone, includes details about Jackson's life and music.
It had been due out in October, but the release date has been brought forward to September 13 in the UK and US so it does not coincide with the trial of Dr Conrad Murray, the doctor charged with involuntary manslaughter over the King Of Pop's death.
On Twitter, Jermaine Jackson said he didn't want the book to come out at the same time as Dr Murray's trial.
“This memoir will now stand as a testimony to the real Michael & his true character, reminding the world who he was, moving forward,” he said.
It won't cover the trial, but will “defend Michael's memory first & foremost with the truth”, he added.
Jackson died in June 2009. Dr Murray has pleaded not guilty to his death.
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