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Elizabeth Edward's Resilience: Although Elizabeth Edward's new memoir Resilience won't be available until May 12, the New York Daily News managed to get a copy of it. In today's paper it is reporting that  her husband John Edwards admitted his infidelity to his wife just days after he declared his candidacy for the presidency in 2006.  Elizabeth Edwards urged him to withdraw at the time, but he insisted on staying in the race. [NYDN]

New Biography Claims A-Rod Juiced as a Teen:  Selena Roberts' new biography, A-Rod: The Many Lives of Alex Rodriguez (available May 4) suggests that the baseball player may have used steroids as a high school player. According to an article in today's Daily News, "Rodriguez put on 25 pounds of muscle between his sophomore and junior years, and word was that his connection was a dog kennel owner." [NYDN]

Sully's New Title Besides Captain and Hero: Heroic pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger has a new title for his upcoming book--Highest Duty: My Search for What Really Matters (which releases December 1). This uplifting autobiography will be coauthored by Jeffrey Zaslow who worked with the late Professor Randy Pausch on The Last Lecture. [PW]
--Lauren

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