3 New Duck Dynasty Books Coming Out

The Robertson family pens autobiographies.

The fourth season premiere of "Duck Dynasty" set a record last month for most-watched non-fiction series telecast with 11.8 million viewers.     Photo: GUIDO BISSATTINI/Shutterstock

The Robertson family, of Duck Dynasty fame, will publish three new books next year, bringing their total volumes to eight, the Associated Press reports.

The new titles—Faith in the Duck BlindPhil-Osophy and The Women of Duck Commander—will offer a closer look at brothers Jase and Phil, as well as the women of the Dynasty.

Faith in the Duck Blind will include Jase's arrival at his religious faith and his experience growing up with a drunken father, according to Simon & Schuster. The Women of Duck Commander promises to reveal the "real character and spunk of the women who love these bearded men" while exploring the family's core values.

Phil's book, Phil-Osophy, will be his second after the bestselling Happy, Happy, Happy, which came out in May.

"Duck Dynasty" first aired in 2012 and follows a family of duck-call manufacturers living in the Louisiana bayou. The show remains the highest-rated reality show ever on A&E.

give readers a look into what goes on behind the scenes and the real character and spunk of the women who love these bearded men. - See more at: http://books.simonandschuster.com/Women-of-Duck-Commander/Jessica-Robertson/9781476763309#sthash.2DPpvX9F.dpuf

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