A former aide to ex-Alaska governor Sarah Palin is reportedly set to publish a tell-all book about the 2012 Presidential hopeful.
The book, to be called Blind Allegiance to Sarah Palin, is being written by Frank Bailey and will be published by Howard Books, an imprint of Simon and Schuster.
Howard Books is calling Blind Allegiance a chilling expose.
Ken Morris, an author, and Jeanne Devon, an Alaska political blogger, also helped write the book.
Reportedly, the book depicts Palin in a very unflattering light and shows her intense interest in how she was covered by the media.
Critics of Bailey, who worked with Pain from 2006 to 2008, paint him as a disgruntled former employee of Palin who was embittered about being shunted by the Palin campaign team.
Bailey has reportedly been shopping the book since 2009.
The book is reportedly 500 pages long and is based on thousands emails Bailey exchanged with Palin, according to the Anchorage Daily News.
The New York Daily News reported that Bailey alleged that Palin once wrote in an email, “I hate this damn job,” while she was governor of Alaska. (She resigned from that post in 2009).
The book is scheduled to be released on May 24.