One of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's trusted adviser's is planning a tell-all memoir based on thousands of personal e-mails.
Frank Bailey rose from a campaign volunteer to administration official and figure in the "Troopergate" scandal. A draft of the unpublished book, tentatively called "Blind Allegiance to Sarah Palin: A Memoir of our Tumultuous Years," was leaked to reporters.
Messages to a Palin aide and attorney weren't immediately returned Friday.
Ken Morris, a California-based writer who worked with Bailey on the manuscript, said in an e-mail that the material is preliminary.
Morris said that he, Bailey and co-writer Jeanne Devon, did "tons of research" for the book. It still has no publisher.
Devon, an Alaska blogger, is a frequent critic of Palin.
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