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Bill O’Reilly Is “Killing Reagan” And The Competition

List is for week of October 8-14, 2015

WASHINGTON, DC – Knocking out the competition for a second week in a row, Bill O’Reilly’s new book, Killing Reagan: The Assault that Changed a Presidency, lands atop of the weekly Conservative Bestseller List.  According to Neilson BookScan Data, Killing Reagan sold more copies in its first two weeks of release than any other conservative-authored book this year.

Like O’Reilly’s other Killing books, Killing Reagan follows a similar blow-by-blow narrative detailing the attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan by John Hinckley, Jr. in 1981.  O’Reilly claims the assassination attempt changed the trajectory of the Reagan administration, and ultimately, the course of American history.

“In a stunning display of literary power, Bill O’Reilly ‘kills’ it again by blowing away all the competition in the Conservative Book Club’s weekly Conservative Bestseller List,” said Christopher Malagisi, Editor of the Conservative Book Club.  “O’Reilly’s Killing series has done what few conservative authors have accomplished before — becoming one of the most successful book series in conservative and mainstream reader audiences.”

In addition to holding the No. 1 spot, O’Reilly has two other books listed on the Conservative Bestseller List, including Killing Lincoln at No. 2, and Hitler’s Last Days at No. 7.

Additional Highlights This Week:

  • Donald Trump’s 1987 book, The Art of the Deal, remains on the list at No. 9, while a new biography of Trump, Never Enough, by Michael D’Antonio, rounds out the list at No. 10.
  • Ed Klein’s new expose of Hillary Clinton, Unlikeable, breaks onto the list in its first week of release at No. 6.

The Conservative Book Club’s weekly Conservative Bestseller List will be announced each Thursday, in conjunction with The Mike Gallagher Show, and is the most accurate, unbiased, data-driven source for ranking books on conservative topics.



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