5 New Books About Ronald Reagan That Are Better Holiday Gifts Than Bill O’Reilly’s “Killing Reagan”

Because the only person who deserves to have to read Killing Reagan this holiday season is Bill O’Reilly.

Here are five gift ideas for that friend or family member whose #1 wish is a new book about the Gipper:

Tom Mallon’s latest novel brings to life Washington D.C. in the summer and fall of 1986, culminating with the real-life encounter between Reagan and Gorbachev at Reykjavik.
The official release date for Jacob Weisberg’s biography is January 5, 2016, but that should not deter Santa Clause.
Craig Shirley provides a comprehensive account of Reagan’s post-presidential years.
Robert Service’s latest book is a richly-textured account of the roles Reagan, Gorbachev, Shultz, Shevardnadze, Bush, Baker, and others played in ending the Cold War.
With a list price of $145, Robert Pee’s book is the Johnny Walker Blue of the Reagan literature.
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