Bill O’Reilly just unveiled the title of his upcoming book. The self-proclaimed “bestselling historian” collaborated once again with New York Times best-selling author, Martin Dugard, to continue the “Killing” series.
This latest installment will be titled “Killing England: The Brutal Struggle for American Independence” and is set to hit bookshelves on Sept. 19.
The new Killing book is unveiled! "Killing England: The Brutal Struggle for American Independence" will be released on September 19. pic.twitter.com/Lt5A3bqAd6
— Bill O'Reilly (@BillOReilly) May 30, 2017
O’Reilly made the announcement via Twitter on Tuesday morning, and reactions ranged from excitement, to anger, to flat-out disbelief.
Another book you didn't write you sick old perv! What a pathetic huckster you are not to mention devoid of all morals! pic.twitter.com/dBA4QoIsBg
— Rich (@Usa1camino) May 30, 2017
Last month, O’Reilly’s book “Old School: Life in the Sane Lane” debuted at No. 1 on the New York Times best-seller list.
He made the list just a few days after the New York Times published an article exposing the former Fox News host’s numerous sexual harassment suits.
“Old School: Life in the Sane Lane,” which was co-written with “James Bond” author and humorist Bruce Feirstein, was released on March 28, and earned the top spot on the New York Times Bestsellers List in the nonfiction category. It’s described as a “defense of ‘old school’ traditional values versus ‘snowflakes’.”
Bill O’Reilly’s new book, “Old School,” an examination of American values, also debuted at No. 1 on the NYT bestseller list.
The book came out just days before a damning New York Times report that said O’Reilly and the network have paid out $13 million to five women who accused the longtime host of sexual harassment or inappropriate behavior.
While many have spoken out against O’Reilly — including a number of brands that have pulled advertising from the show — the scandal didn’t hurt his show’s dominating ratings. Still, he was ousted from the network.
O’Reilly denied the allegations, and many came to his defense, including President Donald Trump.
Fox has come under fire in a number of sexual harassment scandals. Former CEO Roger Ailes resigned last year after numerous women came forward with allegations.