I would think that several fiction writers already have taken the initial information in the admitted Petreus-Broadwell scandal to write books. One of the fictional tales likely has Broadwell and Jill Kelly ingratiating themselves with Petreus and General Allen because one or both of the women are spies for another country. It makes an intriguing story, but is there any truth embedded in the plot? Could it explain why both husbands are standing by their wives or could it be all fiction and entertainment to sell more books?
Life imitates art or fiction meets reality??