Transit Publishing says it has signed a deal with Anderson -- who divides her time between Toronto and Los Angeles -- for "David Carradine: The Eye of My Tornado."
The book is scheduled for release in June 2010, a year after Carradine's death.
Anderson was married to Carradine for three of the six years in which she was his personal manager.
Transit Publishing says the book will detail what she felt was his "dark side" and his "deviant behaviour," including an alleged "incestuous relationship with a very close family member."
Carradine was found dead in a Bangkok hotel room on June 4. He was 72.
A private pathologist who examined his body has agreed with Thai authorities that Carradine died of asphyxia.
Anderson, whose recent film and TV credits include "Desperate Housewives" and "Wild Hogs," has already published several children's books.