Oprah Winfrey tell-all won't be hatchet job, but history indicates it'll include dirty details

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A new Chicago Magazine article due out next month reveals details about author Kitty Kelley's new book about Oprah Winfrey.

While it won't be a hacket job, Kelley eventually gets around to questions about sex, drugs and Winfrey's boyfriends, according to a column by Sun-Times columnist Bill Zwecker today.

Click here to read Zwecker's entire column >>

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