Comey has been meeting with publishers and editors in New York and is being represented by Keith Urbahn and Matt Latimer of the literary agency Javelin.
The book will go to auction in the coming weeks and all the major publishing houses are interested in acquiring it, Latimer said.
This will not be a tell-all memoir, but an exploration of the Boy Scout principles that have guided Comey and whispered in his ear to leak his classified memos to a 'friend' and have him leak it to the press.
He will also discuss Hillary Clinton's illegal private email server and how he took it upon himself to absolve her of the crime she committed.
Also among the pile of balderdash will be his recent entanglement with President Trump of the much publicized inquiry into Russia's interference in the 2016 election, in spite of the fact that FBI investigations are not to be made public.
Perhaps Comey saw a book on the horizon.
"It's a book about leadership and his search for truth, informed by lessons and experiences he's had throughout his career . . . " Latimer said without laughing. . . . "including his recent experiences in the Trump administration. It will speak to a broader desire in our country for more ethical leadership," he said, obviously referring to Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama's lack of ethics.
Latimer's agency also represents Tucker Carlson and Hillary Clinton election helper Donna Brazile.
Hopefully, the book will not give away anymore classified tidbits that Comey has already made public.