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Top 40 Book Club : 2011
34 35 The year is 1999 and forces led by Slobodan Milosevic have swept in to Kosovo. Scenes of ethnic cleansing are being shown on televisions all around the world. Adelaide surgeon Craig Jurisevic offers his skills as a surgeon to victims of the conflict. Jurisevic writes of leaving his wife and son to join the International Medical Corps, telling the story of ordinary people caught up in the hell of war, terrible suffering and extraordinary heroism. ‘ ... the story of ordinary people caught up in the hell of war, terrible suffering and extraordinary heroism ... Blood on my hands // craig Jurisevic NF NF