In 1996, David Rohde was covering the war in Bosnia for The Christian Science Monitor when, near the town of Srebrenica, he discovered unmarked mass graves. The first reporter to confirm the mass execution of 8,000 people, Rohde began reconstructing a harrowing tale of war and atrocity that would win him his first Pulitzer Prize. In Endgame he narrates the whole story, relying on the accounts of those involved -soldiers, peacekeepers, and the courageous men and women who managed to survive- re-create a betrayal of historic proportions. Unraveling the failure of the United States and its European allies, this is the vital, harrowing history of a tragedy that need not have happened.
Paperback: 446 pages
Publisher: Penguin Books; Reprint edition (29 May 2012)