Get your fix of travel and crime fiction in one hour. Today, we explore the latest in international crime fiction -- from Israel, Kenya, Denmark, Spain and more. Crime is the one literary genre that crosses every border and every nationality. Because yes, we're just that bloodthirsty.
Why are millions of British TV viewers obsessed with the Danish TV show The Killing? And will Americans ever get to see the original? We catch up with the show's creator, Danish writer/director Soren Sveistrup.
Mukoma Wa Ngugi is a poet and English professor who writes crime novels set in his native Kenya. He says the crime genre lets him write truthfully about race, class and violence in cities like Nairobi.
Healing democracy, one living room at a time. Joan Blades and Parker Palmer introduce us to a grassroots movement that brings small groups of people together across bitter political divisions, to help them find common ground.