Review: Robert Block on Jessica Stern’s Karadzic

In his 1981 thriller, Red Dragon, Thomas Harris created protagonist Will Graham, an FBI profiler who could empathize so completely with mass murderers that he was always at risk of losing his own psyche when hunting them down. Such dangers came to mind as I was reading Jessica Stern’s attempt to get inside the head of Bosnian Serb war leader Radovan Kar…

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