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Those Who Trespass : A Novel of Murder and Television Hardcover – March 25, 1998
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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.
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The interesting part of the novel was Mr. O'Reilly's description of how ruthless TV politics can be. Because of this, I thought it would be far more interesting as a work of nonfiction. O'Reilly, apparently, is not crazy enough to bite the hands that feed him just yet.
My guess is that if you're a fan of Bill O'Reilly, you will enjoy the book. However, if it's a good mystery you're after you've so many other choices. Give this one a pass.
"Ashley was now wearing only brief white panties. She had signaled her desire by removing her shirt and skirt, and by leaning back on the couch. She closed her eyes, concentrating on nothing but Shannon's tongue and lips. He gently teased her by licking the areas around her most sensitive erogenous zone. Then he slipped her panties down her legs and, within seconds, his tongue was inside her, moving rapidly."
Yup. Bill O'Reilly, the literary master of cunnilingus. This is perhaps the most hilarious thing I have ever read in my entire life.
I felt very cheated to learn that many of the lubricious scenes that Mr. O'Reilly presents in this novel already have been made available to the reading public at no cost. The transcripts of his courtroom trial available on-line indicate that Mr. O'Reilly was so very proud of "Those Who Trespass," especially the shower scenes, that he recited or read lengthy excerpts from this novel aloud to a former subordinate co-worker. Miss M-----s was so distraught that she brought suit and received a seven-figure settlement.
Would that all of Mr. O'Reilly's readers were so fortunate.
Don't waste your time reading this!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bill must have been paid by the word. Otherwise there is no reason, or excuse, for all of the unnecessary garbage which had nothing to do with, or add to, the actual plot. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Desmond R. Call
Within a few chapters the reader can figure out who is going to be killed. Good description of the killers detailed planning and execution. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dirtguy
Excellent "who-done-it" in the TV news industry. A series of news anchors are being murdered, with no clues as to who did the crimes. Read morePublished 3 months ago by C. Thomas Musson
A page turner with a great story. Bill obviously knows the news business and how there was are a share of back-stabbers like every other occupation. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Joseph H. Race
I got this as a gift from my wife on my birthday because she knows how much I enjoyed reading all the "killing" books but I could not believe Bill wrote such a raw book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Harry J Zoglio
Great characterization, plot, obvious insider knowledge of the news business. Couldn't believe this was Bill O'Reilly's first book. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Happy Camper
I liked all of the previous books by Bill O'Reily; however this one was just okay. I found it pretty predictable.Published 9 months 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 10 months ago by Ashley