Both sides plan books on Terri Schiavo

NEW YORK, Sept. 28 (UPI) -- Both sides in the case of Terri Schiavo -- the Florida woman at the center of a right-to-die case -- are writing books, it was reported Wednesday.

Schiavo died in March when a Florida judge ruled her husband could remove the feeding tube that had been keeping her alive in a persistent vegetative state since 1990.


Warner Books announced Tuesday it would publish a "memoir" co-authored by Schiavo's parents, her brother and her sister, the Book Standard reported Wednesday.

Her husband, Michael Schiavo, is working on "Terri: The Truth" with co-writer Michael Hirsch for Dutton.

Book agents for both sides told Book Standard their stories will not exploit the tragedy.

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