In 1996, Clea Koff was a 23-year-old student studying prehistoric skeletons. Then she was sent to Rwanda by the UN to work with a team exhuming victims of the genocide. Her job was to find evidence to bring the perpetrators to trial. This is her account of her time in Rwanda and later, Bosnia. THE BONE WOMAN is her unflinching account of what she saw and how it affected her. It is an unforgettable read, alternately riveting, frightening and miraculously hopeful.'Koff's story will 'stay with you for a long time'.' - Sydney Morning Herald
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