The time is 1993-1995 during the war in Bosnia Herzegovina. No, not really a war, but one enormous and blatant criminal act. Using Serbia's military support and a ruthless criminal-infested paramilitary, the Bosnian Serbs daily attack unarmed citizens and lay siege to Sarajevo. But neither the shock of skeleton captives, nor graphic accounts of systematic rape, torture, and death, is enough to shake European leaders from their steadfast willingness to sacrifice the Bosnians to their fate.Three people unite to stop the atrocities by assassinating the Serb leader most responsible. Eva Pilav-a combination of beauty and courage-has brutally lost her husband and daughter to the Serbs and now serves in the Bosnian army. Two Americans, one a former UNPROFOR Lieutenant and one a private citizen, join her for their own reasons. The two Americans are captured. Eva undertakes their rescue but must finally choose between avenging the cruel deaths of her husband and daughter and saving the life of Garth Hatteras, for whom, despite herself, she has developed strong feelings.Based on real-life heroism in the face of an international disaster and disgrace, the book is a reminder that this should never be allowed to happen again.
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Len Biser is the author of two non-fiction books, including The Ignorant Majority: Our Reason for National Gridlock. He followed the actions in Bosnia from the beginning of the shelling of Sarajevo, working together with fellow members of the Bosnia Support Group to stop the daily atrocities. He lives in Virginia.
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