Whitney Houston
Whitney HoustonPI Paul Huebl claims to have evidence that reveals Whitney Houston was murdered by drug dealers attempting to collect money she owed. Reuters

The most notable photographs of music legend Whitney Houston are set to be published in November by publishing company Atria.

The photos will be in a book titled "Whitney: Tribute To An Icon," and will include never-before-seen photographs and outtakes from various shoots.

"The photographs serve as a visual timeline of Whitney's personal style and fashion as well as highlighting her musical milestones," said Judith Curr, a publisher at Atria.The book will be the only official tribute to the singer, according to BET.

Whitney Houston tragically passed away on Feb. 11. in a Beverly Hilton Hotel the night before the Grammy Awards at the age of 48. In her honor, Houston's daughter, Bobbi Kristina got a wrist tattoo of doves surrounding the letters "WH." Houston is in the remake of the movie "Sparkle," which is currently in theaters.

In 1983, Arista Records' Clive Davis was taken to a New York nightclub to see Houston perform and he signed her on the spot. He immediately became her mentor, spending two years supervising the production of her debut album Whitney Houston, which was released in 1985. The legendary music producer is contributing an essay about Houston for the book.

Whitney's sister-in-law and the head of her estate also wrote essays for the "I Believe In You And Me" singer.

"Whitney: Tribute To An Icon" will be available at the end of November for $39.99.