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Pulitzer-prize winner Frank McCourt recounts his 30 years as a public school teacher in his third memoir, "Teacher Man." But will be the literary superstar’s last book? We’ll ask him!

And, we’ll hear from a man who’s furious that his brother escaped the death penalty! David Maust faces life in prison in the slayings of three Indiana teenagers in 2003. The boys were discovered entombed in concrete in Maust's Hammond, Ind. Home. Jeffrey Maust will be here to discuss his outrage over the judge’s decision.

Also, we’ll tell you about a bizarre Georgia law that made it legal for a 37-year old pregnant woman to marry her 15-year-old neighbor. And although Lisa Lynette Clark is in custody on charges of child molestation, her lawyer says she’s done nothing illegal! Attorney Daniel Sammons joins the show.

Then, a woman who left the Amish community years ago is refused service by an Amish thrift store owner. Have her civil rights have been violated? That's the crux of a vexing discrimination case before Kentucky's Commission on Human Rights, testing how far the Amish can go in practicing their centuries-old faith under the modern-day mores of civil rights. Ruth Irene Garrett, author of "Born Amish" and "Crossing Over: One Woman's Escape From Amish Life," talks about her new fight with her former faith.

Plus, Tammy Bruce on her new book, “The New American Revolution : Using the Power of the Individual to Save Our Nation from Extremists.”

Those stories and more on this Saturday's "Heartland."

Be sure to watch "Heartland" this Saturday evening at 8 p.m. ET and on Sunday at 4 a.m. ET.

All topics and guests subject to change.