This week, Howard Blum, who has been reporting for us on the horrific murders of four young college students in Idaho, reveals the series of improbable breakthroughs, as well as the unlikely cast of unsung heroes, that led to the capture of the suspect in those killings, Bryan Kohberger. Then Emine Gözde Sevim, a photo editor here at Air Mail, shares her insights about what might well be one of the most consequential elections of the past two decades. No, it’s not in America. It’s in her home country of Turkey. And finally, many are familiar with the acclaimed travel writer and novelist Peter Matthiessen. Recently, his late son, Lucas, published a surprising memoir about growing up with Matthiessen as his father, and Ben Ryder Howe has a look at this riveting book. All this and more make this a show you won’t want to miss. Listen by clicking Play below. And be sure to subscribe at Apple Podcasts or Spotify so you don’t miss an episode.

Episode 138: The Inside Story—How the Idaho-Murders Suspect Was Nabbed

Plus: Emine Gözde Sevim on the election that could upend Turkey; a new look at Peter Matthiessen; coronation-palooza; and more