After finishing this I feel like the title is a bit misleading. While O'Reilly and Dugard do briefly discuss Patton's death they don't really discuss in detail what they think happened until the afterword. I wasn't expecting this big conspiracy theory book but for the title they gave the book I expected them to discuss Patton's death more than they did.
Other than that I did enjoy reading this book. This book did a good job at following Patton throughout the war. Not only did I learn more about Patton but also about other major players during WWII (especially Stalin, who I didn't know much about).
I would recommend this book to people interested in reading about WWII. You won't get the conspiracy theory book that you're probably expecting from this book but you will get an overview of Patton's actions during the war and brief glimpses at other major players.