Michelle Knight Announces Book Deal

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Two and a half weeks after Cleveland kidnapping victim Michelle Knight's interview with TV personality/psychologist Dr. Phil took Channel 3 by storm, Knight is announcing a book deal to tell the "full story" of her decade long captivity.

With the help of Michelle Burford, a Harvard-trained journalist who co-authored Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas' book, Knight will pen a memoir about what really happened in that Seymour Avenue House of Horrors where she, Amanda Berry, and Gina DeJesus were held.

The memoir, which is currently untitled, will likely hit shelves next spring.

Berry and DeJesus also have a book deal in the works, and are collaborating with a couple of Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporters.

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