By Darren Franich
December 01, 2011 at 07:52 PM EST
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If you count all the stars in the sky and all the grains of sand on every beach in the world, the total number will still not compare to the number of books that have been written about the Beatles. Still, if you’re a Beatles fan, there are reasons to be interested in the news that Louise Harrison will be writing a book about her brother George, a.k.a. “The Quiet Beatle,” a.k.a. “The More Famous English Traveling Wilbury.” Harrison tells the Sarasota Herald-Tribune that the book — to be released in 2012 or 2013 — will include some never-before-seen photos, along with her own particular perspective on the band’s rise to fame. She was already living in America in the early ’60s, and claims to have told the Beatles’ manager to book the band on the Ed Sullivan Show; she also claims that the whole “Quiet Beatle” thing got started because George had a bad case of strep throat when they initially arrived in America. Which I’m pretty sure was revealed a couple hundred Beatles memoirs ago, but hey, still a good story.

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