As all of Bill O'Rielly's "Killing" series does, the book entertains the reader with established researched facts to inform the reader of events leading up to the death of the subject individual.
Having lived during the period the book has been written about, I relived all the events chronicaled in this book.
The book is easy to area and it brings out the emotions I felt during the time and it brought back many of the memories of the time. I found that once I began reading, I did not want to put the book down. I highly recommend this as a quick history lesson, if you are interested with this time period.
O'Reilly and Regard, have done their research, and it shows. Although Reagan is not always placed in a positive light (the facts are what they are and are reported as such) he is shown to have the strength and courage that made him the man he was.