Jerry Sandusky, jailed child sex abuser, is reportedly writing his second book with his wife's help.

"Sources said there has been so much paperwork exchanged between Jerry and Dottie, that Dottie has had her written correspondence privileges suspended by prison officials," according to WJAC-TV of Johnstown.

Initial suspicions were that he was penning his version of events to present at his sentencing, expected next month, but now the word is he's aiming for a wider audience, even though felons can't profit from books related to their crimes, the report said.

Sandusky, convicted in June of 45 counts of sex abuse involving 10 boys, is behind bars at Centre County Correctional Facility in Bellefonte.

He's been a model inmate so far, officials told the TV station.

Sandusky's first book, a 2001 memoir of his charity work, was the ironically titled Touched: The Jerry Sandusky Story.

Apparently, it's become a bit of a collector's item, with copies selling for $400 new and $100 used at

Investigators used that book to help identify some of the young victims.