Edwin Meese, whose tenure as attorney general was marked by controversy and investigations against him, is the latest member of the Reagan administration to get a book contract.

Henry Holt and Co. will publish his memoirs under a title that has yet to be determined.It will concentrate on Ronald Reagan's presidency but it's doubtful Meese's book will be as critical as those from Michael Deaver and Donald Regan. Meese promises, however, that it will "tell everything I know about the operations of the eight-year administration."