(Please re-read as this thread has changed since it was first posted).
As TMZ reported earlier this week, there is a new MJ website endorsed by Michael's mother, Katherine-- and is the vendor of a new book of reflections of Michael in photos, with Mrs. Jackson's thoughts on pages opposite.
Check out the site (Michael Jackson's Secret Vault) and read about this new book. There is a picture of Mrs. Jackson holding a book (believed to be the one) entitled Never Can Say Goodbye: Katherine Jackson Archives. Here are some of the photos to be included in the book. According to the reply I've received, MJ's Secret Vault does in fact have Mrs. Jackson's endorsement.
Details: Hard copy (150 pages) is $59.99 and an e-book version selling for $8.99 Also mentioned are some awesome looking T-shirts and a 16 month 2010-2011 calendar beginning October 2010 ($27.98) Check out their new store launched on June 17th here.
Future Sites: There are 2 other websites listed at the bottom in small print. One is MJGives.com and MJDuets.com both of which currently lead to a page of sponsor links--but it has been confirmed those sites will be up and running in the future.
With the Estate hot on the trail of people trying to use MJ's likeness and music without authorization, as well as the alleged surprise of some of the family members with a Gary Project, it is wise for each of us to collectively check out new information to ensure they are legitmate before handing over our money.
Until we're told otherwise, this appears to be legit.
UPDATE #2: Well, according to this post on TMZ from a Daily Mirror article (here) with Mrs. Jackson herself, the book is LEGIT!
Also, cited directly from the Daily Mirror article: Sunday Mirror readers can claim a 35% discount before June 30 by quoting the code MJMirror. Proceeds to be split between Katherine, Michael's children and the Voices Against Brain Cancer charity.
Hold the phone. UPDATE #3: Let's get a little more information on the man who is behind this book before we run off with it. This newest TMZ post about Mr. Howard Mann, and a claim to possibly be in talks to release some 273 tracks of Michael's-- without the Estate's blessing. Umm, I think I'll wait a while before more is known about this.