<p><span></span>Coming soon to a bookstore near you? The <strong>Tiger Woods</strong> story -- the unauthorized versions. In the wake of the golf superstar's enormous cheating scandal, several of those involved plan to pen tell-all books. Among those looking to cash in on their stories: Hollywood madam Michelle Braun, who says she hooked up Tiger with numerous paid escorts. And when asked by <em>Life & Style</em> if she'd consider putting pen to paper, Jamie Jungers, one of Tiger's long-term mistresses, told <em>Life & Style</em> she "won't rule out anything at this stage."</p>
The book-publishing world's hoping to capitalize on the scandal as well. "Several publishers have contacted me to crash-write a book about Tiger," best-selling celebrity author Ian Halperin, who has investigated the lives of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, as well as Michael Jackson, tells Life & Style. While Halperin had to refuse due to prior work commitments, "editors at major publishing houses are frantically trying to find writers to write books about Tiger," he says. "From my understanding, at least three books will emerge in the next six months."
For the latest on Tiger Woods, pick up the new issue of Life & Style, on newsstands now.
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