(CNN) – Condoleezza Rice's memoir chronicling her time in Washington, D.C. will hit book shelves Nov. 1, according to a release from the publisher.
In "No Higher Honor: A Memoir Of My Years in Washington," set for publication by Crown Publishers, Rice will share her experiences as national security adviser and secretary of state in the George W. Bush administration, as well as recount the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 and her experience appearing before the 9/11 Commission.
"In No Higher Honor, Rice shares her unique perspective on the most consequential political, diplomatic, and security issues of the administration," the release said. "She also reveals new details about the contentious debates in the lead-up to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq."
Rice's previous memoir "Extraordinary, Ordinary People: A Memoir of Family," explored her upbringing in segregation-era Birmingham, Alabama.
She returned to Stanford University as a professor and director of its Global Center for Business and the Economy at the end of Bush's presidency.
– CNN's Steve Brusk contributed to this report.