`Imagine The Last King of Scotland written by Shazzer from Bridget Jones's Diary, and you'd still only get halfway to appreciating Jane Bussmann's funny, incongruous and artlessly perceptive account of ditching the day job to pursue a chisel-jawed peace negotiator, John Prendergast into the heart of a child-corpse-strewn Ugandan war zone. Such fragile material sounds like an unpromising basis for a humorous memoir. But this is one of the funniest books I've read for a long while, and the "romance" with Prendergast is self-deprecating satire at its finest.'
'Wickedly funny chronicle of the author's amorous pursuit of chisel-jawed peace negotiator.'
`Marrying vociferous rage with self deprecating humour...this is a marvelously maverick approach to the investigation of war crimes.' --Marie Claire Five Stars