Aug 31, 2011 — Child narrators rule this week's fiction: Brock Clarke conjures a young prodigy searching for his father, while Michael David Lukas channels a girl who stows away on a trip to the Ottoman Empire. In nonfiction, Ian Johnson says the CIA inadvertently helped radical Islamists gain a foothold in Europe after World War II.
Jun 5, 2010 — In A Mosque in Munich, Pulitzer Prize winner Ian Johnson explains how Western spy-masters recruited ex-Soviet Muslims to be operatives in the propaganda war against the Soviet Union. These Muslims, in turn, created a community where radical Islam could gain a foothold in the heart of Europe.
Dec 22, 2005 — Aaron J. Klein talks about his new book, Striking Back: The 1972 Munich Olympics Massacre and Israel's Deadly Response. It's about the secret, 30-year campaign to track down the killers of Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics, which was led by a secret Mossad unit, code named Caesarea.