Lucius's Reviews > The Bone Woman: A Forensic Anthropologist's Search for Truth in the Mass Graves of Rwanda, Bosnia, Croatia, and Kosovo

The Bone Woman by Clea Koff
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Sep 10, 2011

really liked it
Read in March, 1995

I was touched by this book more so than many of the other books that I have read on genocide because Koff sincerely cared about making sure that those killed were accounted for. Although the numbers killed was staggering, there was never a time when reading that I felt that Koff wasn't working to insure that the deceased's story wasn't being told. At times, it was disturbing reading this book, not because of the grisly details, but because of the realization of just how much was taken from everyone involved in the genocides in these places.

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