Sat 12 November 2011, The Times

Freezing by Clea Koff

By Marcel Berlins
Some years ago Clea Koff wrote a well-received book about her experiences as a United Nations forensic anthropologist amid the dead bodies of Rwanda and former Yugoslavia. In Freezing she applies her expertise to fiction. Her co-heroines are partners in the business of identifying people by their corpses. An assortment...
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