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(KSL News) -- The first book about Elizabeth Smart's 9-month ordeal is in the works.
It will hit the stores this summer and is titled "Held captive: The kidnapping and rescue of Elizabeth Smart."
It will be co-written by investigative reporters Maggie Haberman and Jeane Macintosh who covered the case for the New York Post and New York Daily News.
Smart Family spokesman, Chris Thomas, says this book is does not have the endorsement of the Smart Family. Thomas says the family is signing a "real deal" soon.