The War had practically finished at the time of the authors experience.
There is a book by Maj Vaugh Kent-Payne, 1 PWO, who was one of the Coy OCs in Vitez on Grapple 2. I have read it and it is available in Bulford Library but I am buggered if I can remember its title. I will try to find out tomorrow, essentially it dealt with the most difficult Bosnia tour (in my experience and opinion), despite 'Bonking Bob's inference otherwise.
It is a matter of note that Maj K-P's driver/BG was the first OR to win the MC for actions in 1993 when a Civvy UN convoy was ambushed on its way to Maglaj.
I can state this with all the confidence in the world.
Have a look at 'Cleanse Their Souls - Peace-Keeping in Bosnia's Civil War 1992-1993' by Monty Woolley. He was a Recce Tp Commander in 9th/12th Lancers and was the first on the scene after the Ahmici Massacre. It's not in depth (it's from his point of view) but a good read.