Clea Koff

Clea Koff is a forensic anthropologist and author. Born in 1972, she was a member of the first international forensic team brought together by the United Nations to investigate evidence of war crimes and crimes against humanity, commencing in Rwanda in 1996 when she was 23 years old - the youngest member of the very first team to arrive in Kiguye. She subsequently participated in missions in Bosnia, Croatia and Kosovo. The Bone Woman has been translated into eleven languages and her novel Freezing was published in 2011.