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Books delve into world of modeling

Fashion models aren't prized for their braininess – or their literary pursuits. But that hasn't stopped this genetically blessed crowd from expanding its brand with tell-alls, novels and self-help books. Iman and Cindy Crawford have makeup guides, Christy Turlington put out a book on yoga, and reality TV queen Janice Dickenson has spilled three tomes on her sordid, affair-strewn life.

Now three more models – two marquee names from the '80s and one modern-day ingenue – are promising juicy tales of triumph and humiliation inside the chaotic modeling industry. Here's how they measure up.

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