By Ron Butlin.
Short stories from leading Scottish crime writers.
Anna has lived a life of selfless charity.
She cared for her father in his declining years on the mission, and ran it after his death.
Now her mother is sick and she has returned to Scotland to care for the old woman.
Anna knows the meaning of good.
Her father has instilled it in his black workers and in his daughter.
And Anna believes she is good.
Anna leaves the mission in South Africa, returning to Scotland to take care of her increasingly senile mother.
The old woman could drive anyone, even Anna, to the point of murder.
Read by Michael Elder.