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Brian Kilmeade is an American author that is best known for the work he has done as a presenter on radio and television. Born in 1964 in New York City, Kilmeade attended Massapequa High School and LIU Post (Brookville, NY).

Order of Brian Kilmeade Non-Fiction Books

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1The Games Do Count 2004Description / Buy
2It's How You Play the Game 2007Description / Buy
3George Washington's Secret Six 2013Description / Buy
4Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates 2015Description / Buy
5Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans 2017Description / Buy
6Sam Houston and the Alamo Avengers 2019Description / Buy
7The President and the Freedom Fighter: Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, and Their Battle to Save America's Soul 2021Description / Buy
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He worked as a correspondent for a national high school TV program called Channel One News. This marked the start of his career. He moved on to KHSL-TV in California and then KLSD, a sports radio network, where he worked on The Jim Brown Show.

Kilmeade eventually worked with Jim Brown on the UFC’s inaugural event in 1993. The author continued to work in sports in the years that followed, joining WVIT as a freelance sports anchor in 1997, and MSG as a Major Soccer League sideline reporter.

He moved on to NewSport and Scoreboard Central. Kilmeade has made frequent appearances on Fox, co-hosting ‘Fox and Friends’ and hosting Fox News Radio. The author, who has Irish and Italian ancestors, is married to Dawn Kilmeade. He has garnered a reputation for making controversial comments on subjects like climate change, immigration, and Islamic terrorism.

Kilmeade started writing fiction and non-fiction because had developed an interest in America’s history. He noticed that other Fox reporters, hosts, and anchors had written novels about major historical events and, as a result, sold millions of copies of their books. This encouraged him to replicate their success.

Though, for the most part, he is still primarily renowned for his activities as a reporter, included his involvement in Fox’s coverage of the 9/11 attacks, not to mention all the war zones from which he has reported.

Best Brian Kilmeade Books

Many people do not know that the author dedicated a decade of his life to stand-up comedy. Some of Kilmeade’s best books include:

George Washington’s Secret Six: In 1776, many supporters of the American Revolution were convinced that the campaign was at an end. George Washington hadn’t given them any hope upon which they could cling. If anything, by retreating from New York City in August, he had encouraged some of them to abandon hope.

However, all was not lost. Washington fled because the military might of the British was superior. He couldn’t deny this fact. And if he wanted to win, Washington had to change tactics. That is exactly what he did when he sent a secret network of spies to infiltrate New York.

Robert Townsend led the group. The identity of the reserved quaker and merchant was so closely guarded that not even Washington knew who he was. Austin Roe wasn’t just another tavern keeper.

He risked everything he held dear, including his life to protect the mission that Robert and the other members of the Culper ring were fighting to accomplish. Caleb Brewster was young and, to some, a little too brash.

After all, the longshoreman took a lot of pleasure in baiting their British enemies. But they relied on him to move messages from New York to Connecticut and back. Abraham Woodhull was critical to the mission.

Even though he was a little too nervous, the bachelor’s business and family ties gave him plenty of excuses to journey to Manhattan. James Rivington owned a coffeehouse and print shop, a role that doesn’t sound all that important until one realizes that several high-ranking British officers frequented the shop and they did not hesitate to gossip about their operations.

The final member of the Culper spy ring is known only as Agent 355. The woman’s identity is still unknown to this day. Brian Kilmeade uses all the information that historians have learned thus far about the Culper ring to reveal the role the spies played in turning the tide of the war.

Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates: President Jefferson dedicated his first few days in the oval office to the eradication of the Tripoli pirates. They had kidnapped and perpetrated atrocities against American sailors and their ships for far too long. However, Jefferson’s attempts to blockade the Barbary Coast encountered a wrinkle.

The USS Philadelphia was captured by pirates after running aground in Tripoli Harbor. This book tells the story of Stephen Decatur, the American sailor who snuck aboard the USS Philadelphia and then set it aflame. He accomplished this task despite the torrent of enemies working to stop him.

When Does The Next Brian Kilmeade book come out?

The next book by Brian Kilmeade is The President and the Freedom Fighter: Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, and Their Battle to Save America's Soul and will be released on November, 2nd 2021. It is the newest book in the Brian Kilmeade Non-Fiction Books.

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