Embedded Player Walter Mosley is best known for his entertaining Easy Rawlins mysteries, but with his latest title the author decided to turn his sights on heavier stuff. His new book, a non-fiction essay on America and its role in the world, is called What Next: A Memoir Toward World Peace. In a talk with NPR's Juan Williams, Mosley discusses his views on the war on terrorism and the looming conflict with Iraq. Hear an extended version of the interview and read an excerpt of the book.