NEW YORK (AP) -- Amanda Knox has a book deal.
The young exchange student whose conviction and eventual acquittal of murder charges made headlines worldwide has an agreement with HarperCollins to tell her story.
The 24-year-old Seattle resident, imprisoned for four years in Perugia, Italy, has not publicly discussed her ordeal beyond a brief expression of gratitude upon her release last October.
The book, currently untitled, is tentatively scheduled for early 2013.
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