A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
Geraldine Brooks presents her latest novel about the journey of an ancient Hebrew text and the people who risked their lives to protect it during centuries of wars, inquisitions, and family tragedies.
- Geraldine Brooks author of the 2006 Pulitzer-Prise winning "March," "Year of Wonders," "Nine Parts of Desire," and "Foreign Correspondence."
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