Meghan Markle 's life is set to be 'laid bare' in a new book by a celebrity biographer, it's reported.
The Duchess of Sussex is the next subject for writer Tom Bower, who will spend 12 months collating evidence for the tome.
Mr Bower is also reportedly going to speak to Meghan and Prince Harry's friends, foes and associates over the next year.
Simon & Schuster, who also published Mr Bower's book on Simon Cowell, are understood to have bought the rights following several bids.
The author is said to be a feared celebrity biography and has agreed to a whopping six-figure advance.
A source said: "This is the book Meghan will be dreading.
"Tom doesn't pull his punches, and is terrifyingly thorough in his research. No stone will be left unturned.
"Tom has previously worked with some of his subjects, and even spent time trailing them, but it has been made perfectly clear to him that this will not be an option with Meghan.
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"She wants no part of it. Given the events of recent weeks and months, this book will be dynamite – he reckons this is just the tip of the iceberg, and more will emerge over the next 12 months."
News of the book, which is yet untitled, comes following the controversial publication of their 'unofficially authorised' biography called Finding Freedom, by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand.
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Bower, 74, revealed Cowell had a secret fling with former X-Factor judge Dannii Minogue and had been "obsessed" with Cheryl Cole.
The award-winning author is likely to interview people close to Meghan, including dad Thomas.
He will approach friends of various aides and former Palace staff who no longer work for the Sussexes.
Last week, Finding Freedom biographer, Omid Scobie, claimed Harry and Meghan's 'calculated intervention was a betrayal to the Palace'.
He said the couple's decision to use broadcaster friend Gayle King as an unofficial spokesperson was like "lobbing a grenade" at Prince William, dad Prince Charles and other members of the royal family.
Simon & Schuster have been approached for comment.
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