Dec 24, 2012 — Four novels for the year's end: a new Raylan Givens adventure from Elmore Leonard, a story of psychology and obsession from Ellen Ullman, Thomas Caplan's latest spy thriller and Alex Gilvarry's debut set in the fashion world and Guantanamo Bay.
Jan 6, 2012 — In Thomas Caplan's latest novel, The Spy Who Jumped Off the Screen, Ty Hunter, a spy-turned-movie star, is called back to service at the U.S. president's behest. The book is Caplan's third work of fiction, and an early draft got a little editing help from the real-life ex-president.
Nov 7, 2011 — The debate in Washington, says the former president, is "all about 'is the government good or bad or taxes always good or bad?' "
Sep 7, 2007 — While there has been some U.S. military success in Iraq, a "substantial drawdown" of American forces is needed this year, Bill Clinton says. U.S. troops are so stretched that it would be difficult for them to respond to a national security emergency, the former president says.
Jun 3, 2005 — The former president appears on Talk of the Nation to discuss his presidency, the state of modern politics, and his views on the future. He also takes questions and e-mails from listeners.