Segment 1: The Golden Age of Gangsters
Seventy years ago, John Dillinger was gunned down by FBI agents in Chicago. Bryan Burrough's book "Public Enemies: America's Greatest Crime Wave and the Birth of the FBI, 1933-34" is based on new research that takes another look at the rash of Midwestern bank robberies and murders that gave rise to the modern Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Segment 2: Dracula through the ages
A lawyer has turned his obsession with Victorian times and its most prominent characters into a new book that catalogues everything one might hope to know about Dracula. Leslie Klinger is editor of "The New Annotated Dracula."
Segment 3: The Puritain Dilemma
Sarah Vowell's latest take on American history says the Puritans were not paragons of virtue, but shaped Americans' image of themselves nevertheless. Her new book is "The Wordy Shipmates."