Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Clinton's Memoir Outdoes O'Reilly's New Book

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Clinton's Memoir Outdoes O'Reilly's New Book

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NEW YORK * First week sales for Bill O'Reilly's latest book were enviable for virtually any author who isn't Bill O'Reilly.

"Killing England," the latest in O'Reilly's blockbuster series of history books, sold 65,000 copies in hardcover. According to NPD BookScan.

Only one nonfiction book sold better, although its author has long been a political foe of the conservative commentator. Hillary Clinton's "What Happened" sold 93,000 copies in its second week, a drop from its opening sales of 168,000 copies, when pre-orders also were included. First week numbers for "What Happened" were the highest for any nonfiction book in five years.

According to BookScan, which tracks about 85 percent of the print market, O'Reilly's "Killing the Rising Sun" opened last year with sales of 145,000 copies. …

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