Jerry Sandusky writing a book in prison with help from his wife Dottie, report says

The sex abuse trial of Jerry Sandusky ended in a long series of guilty verdicts. The former Penn State assistant football coach now faces the prospect of life in prison; And, Mitt Romney is in Park City, Utah, hosting a retreat for a select group of wealthy Republican donors, and he's keeping his top fundraisers' identities a secret.
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(CBS) STATE COLLEGE, PA- Jerry Sandusky is reportedly writing a book in jail, just two months after being convicted on 45 counts of child sex abuse. 

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Sources confirmed to NBC affiliate WJAC, that Dottie Sandusky will be helping her husband with the book.

Sandusky has been taken off of suicide watch and is called a model inmate at the Centre County Correctional Facility, prison officials say.

This will be Sandusky's second book. His autobiography, "Touched: The Jerry Sandusky Story," was released in 2001.

In the upcoming book, Sandusky will reportedly write about his experiences as a defensive coordinator at Penn State and his work at the Second Mile Foundation. 

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