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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.
Wow - Bill-o reads me a story. Good for drive time entertainment, not deeply intellectual literaturePublished 2 months ago by David Barba
After reading O'Reilly's "Killing Jesus," I just had to read his novel since fiction-thriller-mystery is my primary read. Read morePublished 4 months ago by B.F. Spink
After I got past the fact that everything was happening in the 1990's, with all the historical references, it was a fun read. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Buyer Bear
Very interesting book with inside information on the television news industry.Published 9 months ago by Mercedes Diez
It was obvious that he is a much better writer now but it was a fun read. Good summer quick bookPublished 10 months ago by Mary D.
This book was hard to put down due to the reader being drawn in with the anticipation of what is coming next. I never saw the ending coming until the last chapter. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Barbara
No matter how you feel about Bill O'Reilly (I love the guy, by he way) he has written a great mystery. It is the only one he has written, and I keep hoping for another. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Beverly Kingsley