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article imageFox conservative commentator Bill O'Reilly signs three-book deal

By Andrew Moran     Nov 2, 2011 in World
New York - Fox News Channel conservative political commentator Bill O'Reilly will write two more books, his publisher announced earlier this week. The bestselling author will write two books about a presidential history.
Since 1998, Bill O’Reilly of the Fox program “O’Reilly Factor” has authored 10 books, which most became No. 1 on the New York Times’ Best Seller list. His books look at modern day politics and history, such as “The No Spin Zone: The Good, the Bad, and the Completely Ridiculous in American Life,” “Pinheads and Patriots: Where You Stand in the Age of Obama” and “Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination that Changed America Forever.”
On Monday, Henry Holt and Co. announced that O’Reilly has agreed that he will pen two more books. His next two books will take a look at a presidential history – the president has not been disclosed – while the third one has not yet been revealed.
Stephen Rubin, the publishing president, said O’Reilly is planning on writing a series of books on presidents that are similar to “Killing Lincoln,” which sold nearly one million copies this autumn.
“The fantastic sales velocity of 'Killing Lincoln' is every publisher's dream,” said Rubin on Bill O’Reilly’s website. “I remain in awe, as I have during the publication of all of the books Bill and I have done together, of his unequalled ability as a writer and a communicator to strike the right chord every time, not only with his loyal audience but with so many new readers as well.”
Meanwhile, O’Reilly, an Emmy Award winner, called the deal “a dream partnership.” “The reason my books have been successful is because of the amazing support provided by the Factor audience, and Steve Rubin.”
Gillian Blake, editor in chief at Holt, will edit the next three books.
Publication dates have not been announced.
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