In this compelling personal account, forensic pathologist Malcolm Dodd describes his extraordinary contribution to the international human rights efforts in some of the most remote and troubled locations of the world. Working calmly and steadily through the horrific aftermath of violence in East Timor, the mass graves in Kosova and the jungles of the Solomon Islands, Malcolm applies his forensic expertise to help bring justice and dignity to the dead, and some comfort to the loves ones left behind. Coping under extreme conditions, he confronts daily the chilling evidence of man's inhumanity on an unimaginable scale.
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(210mm x 135mm x 24mm)
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Author Biography - Malcolm Dodd
Malcolm Dodd is a senior forensic pathologist at the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine, His special interests include the interpretation of gunshot injuries and the investigation of war crimes and injustices perpetrated in third world countries. Married with two children, he lives at Lysterfield, Victoria. Beverly Knight is a writer and research librarian with a strong interest in forensic science. A member of the Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society, she heard Malcolm Dodd give a lecture on his work overseas and approached him to suggest they collaborate on writing a book about his experiences. She lives at Elwood, Victoria.