And the Kennedy books just keep on coming.

Political commentator and author Bill O'Reilly and author Martin Dugard will release Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot later this year, The Associated Press reported. It will be published by Henry Holt and Company.

The book is due out in October, according to O'Reilly's Web site. O'Reilly told the AP that the book will answer questions about John F. Kennedy's assassination in November 1963.

O'Reilly and Dugard previously worked together on Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination that Changed America Forever.  The AP noted that it was a best-seller in 2011.

Killing Kennedy comes out during a resurgence in the public's appetite for all things Kennedy, thanks to the recent release of several books and recorded interviews.

RoseMarie Terenzio, a former assistant to the late JFK Jr. at George magazine, released in January a memoir called Fairy Tale Interrupted. Terenzio shunned media interview requests after his death. But Terenzio told Good Morning America recently that she decided to publish the memoir to coincide with an anniversary of the John F. Kennedy Jr. Institute at the City University of New York.

President Kennedy's former intern, Mimi Alford, also came out with a book this month, about an alleged affair she had with him, titled Once Upon a Secret: My Affair with President John F. Kennedy and Its Aftermath.

Caroline Kennedy last year authorized the release of tapes of interviews her mother gave to historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr. in 1964.  Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis had requested the tapes not be released until 50 years after her death. But her daughter, Caroline, decided the release of the tapes should coincide with the anniversary of her father taking office.