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Richard Allen reads Michael Jackson biography

24th July 2009

Voice over actor Richard Allen is set to release a recorded reading of the Michael Jackson biography Unmasked: The Final Years of Michael Jackson.

The biography by the New York Times' Ian Halperin was released earlier this month and is set to be followed by a number of other biographies on the King of Pop.

Mr Allen turns his distinctive vocal tones to this posthumous examination of Michael Jackson's relationship with prescription drugs and links to Scientology.

The biography is based on a five-year investigation into Michael Jackson's failing health, with rights to the biography having been recently purchased by UK publisher Simon & Shuster.

Speaking to the Times, a spokesperson for the publisher explained why they had faith in this particular commentary on the singer's tumultuous career in the spotlight.

He said: 'We believe we have the best book on the market.

'We wanted to get it out there as soon as possible. It's certainly the quickest turnaround I've known.'

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