People wonder what happened to the book Squeaky wrote. Here is an explanation given by Ed Sanders in an article that he wrote for Oui magazine March 1976. Is it true? Who knows, but it sounds plausible.
" Squeaky kept busy completing a book about the Family that the Family had been writing for about three years. The book wasn't just another paperback. It included writings and illustrations by various Family members, and numerous photos. Each page featured intricate drawings. Squeaky wanted the whole thing printed in four colors. About 600 pages long, the book would have been inordinately expensive to produce. According to a lawyer who knows every aspect of the case, Squeaky sent the book to just about every published in America. A number of editors apparently led Squeaky and Sandy on with promises, but always backed off in the end. One problem was that the text was vague. One Family man sent word to Squeaky to "make it more clear," but, like the Watergate White House, Squeaky knew full well the danger of clarity. She remarked in a letter: "To make things clear is to lay them out for the Attorney General and his buddies." And so another manuscript hit the closet."