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The real story in Those Who Trespass, however, is that "the way it is," as Walter Cronkite would have said, is not a very nice way at all. O'Reilly, a veteran of Fox and an Emmy winner himself, reveals the skullduggery that goes on under the anchor desk and on the other side of the camera: correspondents "bigfooting" others' stories, young climbers doing anything to secure the anchor seat, and ratings outfits fixing the game to suit themselves. Once you've read this, you will understand the part of the news that's not fit to print.
I liked all of the previous books by Bill O'Reily; however this one was just okay. I found it pretty predictable.Published 19 days ago by SLD
The book was different from the general books that Mr. O'Reilly writes, but was very good and enjoyed the book.Published 1 month ago by Ashley
I enjoyed the book. I've read a number of his other books but this is the first novel. O'Reilly writes with authority and knowledge of the world of news broadcasting. Read morePublished 2 months ago by robert boothby
Like his nonfiction titles, this is a fun read and keeps the story moving with intriguing twists and turns.Published 4 months ago by shoppingbliss
'Those Who Trespass' illustrates what a huge pervert Bill O'Reilly is. I was embarrassed to listen to his degenerate foul scenario of sordid underage sex. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Peggins Thorne