Killing Reagan: by Bill O'reilly | Summary & Analysis
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An addictive and engaging epic account that sums the career of the 40th President of the United States. It focuses on Reagan’s career before and during his years in the White House. An investigating rapport from Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard tries to piece together the motive and the minds behind the attempt to assassinate Ronald Reagan just two months into his presidency.
Killing Reagan starts with addressing Reagan’s Hollywood days where he was filled with fame. Authors then look into his years of being the governor of California. Finally they address John Hinckley Jr.’s attack on Reagan, and President’s heroic journey into the recovery. Told in the same captivating manner as O’Reilly’s and Dugard’s other books including: ‘Killing Kennedy’ and ‘Killing Lincoln’ it absorbs a reader, and never lets go.
The book is filled with answers to the questions. It makes you think, and it offers you an opportunity to become an investigator too. It’s written in the way all of the backs of this kind should be written.
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