Hannity planning first book in ten years: 'Live Free or Die'

Hannity planning first book in ten years: 'Live Free or Die'
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Sean HannitySean Patrick HannityPoll: 30 percent of GOP voters believe Trump will 'likely' be reinstated this year Book claims Trump believed Democrats would replace Biden with Hillary Clinton or Michelle Obama in 2020 election 9 Republicans not named Trump who could run in 2024 MORE will release “Live Free or Die: America (and the World) on the Brink" this summer, marking the first book from the Fox News host in 10 years, the network announced on Wednesday.

The book seeks to guide readers through a “concise ideological history of America to demonstrate how the nation arrived at this moment of brinksmanship and why now is an all-hands-on-deck moment to save the Republic," Fox News said.

It will be published by Threshold Editions, an imprint of Simon & Schuster. The New York-based publisher handles several conservative authors, including Fox News hosts Tucker CarlsonTucker CarlsonKinzinger: Conspiracy theory FBI planned Jan. 6 example of 'legacy of Trump and Trumpism' Fox launches Apple podcast subscription service FOX News Podcasts+ Overnight Defense: Top admiral shoots back at criticism of 'woke' military | Military guns go missing | New White House strategy to battle domestic extremism MORE and Mark LevinMark Reed LevinDemocrats, GOP face crowded primaries as party leaders lose control Boehner on Bachmann: Right-wing media made 'people who used to be fringe characters into powerful media stars' Boehner says he called Hannity 'a nut' during tense 2015 phone call MORE as well as radio host Rush Limbaugh and former Vice President Dick Cheney.


Hannity has published three New York Times bestsellers, the most recent being "Conservative Victory" in 2010.

The Fox News host is finishing the month of April with his largest audience since joining the network at its inception in 1996, according to Nielsen Media Research, averaging a career-best 4.385 million viewers at 9 p.m.

He is currently battling the Times over a column critical of his coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.

Hannity's attorney, Charles Harder, threatened legal action against the newspaper on Monday, with the Times stating Tuesday that it would not retract or apologize for the April 18 piece.