Ana and her brother Jared's short trip back to their childhood home in Tanzania should benefit everyone. He'll volunteer as a surgeon at a remote hospital, and she'll seek projects for her university's global health program. When Jared disappears, Ana's work and life fall to pieces. She's forced to reevaluate her ideas about providing "help" to improve the lives of people in a part of the world she loves. Whether you imagine that Western aid is a panacea or the problem, this suspenseful story -- rooted in the author's decades of award-winning work in the field -- will challenge your views.