Dick Cheney, whose personal memoir has created a stir in recent days, isn't the only high profile figure whose book is likely to make waves.  Here are four upcoming memoirs.

No Higher Honor: A Memoir of My Years in Washington by Condoleezza Rice

The former Secretary of State has criticized Cheney for his comments about her in his recently-published memoir. Rice also served under former president George Bush over the course of eight tumultuous years. She will likely recount her experiences in Washington in a memoir due to be released on Nov. 1.

Deer in the Headlights: My Life in Sarah Palin's Crosshairs by Levi Johnston

Johnston, who is the father of Palin's daughter Bristol, will tell his side of the story in his upcoming book. He has previously spoken candidly about his relationship with the Palins, receiving widespread media attention. He is expected to expand on his previously released views when the book is released on September 20.

Steve Jobs: A Biography by Walter Isaacson

Isaacson's upcoming biography on Apple guru Steve Jobs comes with the tech icon's blessing to speak with whomever he wished. Jobs also never asked the author to let him read it before publication. As Jobs only recently stepped down from his position as Apple's CEO, the book should garner even more attention than previously expected. The biography comes out on Nov. 21.

Street Freak: Money and Madness at Lehman Brothers by Jared Dillian

Dillian is a former employee of now defunct Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. I am insane, he said when being interviewed to work there, referring to his work ethic. Dillian worked at Lehman from July of 2001 to September of 2008, when the company declared bankruptcy. The highs and lows he experienced would eventually get him into a psychiatric ward, according to the publisher's description of the book. Dillian's book is being released even as the nation's economy continues to feel the effects of that crisis. It will be released on Sept. 13.