Bill O'Reilly wants to sell you a part of himself. This week, it's not a membership to his Web site or the "Spin Stops Here" doormat, or any of the other merchandise he regularly hawks on his show. Mel Gibson has already optioned the rights for the movie, certainly a change of pace from the "The Passion of the Christ. A close read, however, gives you an inside view of the author's mind. Like many other works of fiction -- think Philip Roth's Nathan Zuckerman books or John Updike's Rabbit Angstrom series -- it seems largely autobiographical.
Those Who Trespass: A Novel of Television and Murder
Those Who Trespass: A Novel of Television and Murder by Bill O'Reilly
The story focuses on the revenge a television journalist exacts on network staff after disputes very similar to O'Reilly's real tensions with CBS such as one involving Falklands War footage. The revenge takes the form of a series of graphically described murders. The novel was first published in by a small publishing house, and rereleased in by Broadway Books as a trade paperback. We had two cycles with Mr. Gibson's production company—this was before he got into all the trouble—and now I own it again. So hopefully someone will step up.
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