Piha is a small beach settlement in New Zealand. Some go there to fish, swim or sunbathe, others to plant cannabis seedlings or to follow 'alternative lifestyles'. In this peaceful setting, nobody expects to be pushed over the sides of the huge Lion Rock, or to be stabbed with a fishing knife. As police invade the district and fear spreads, three elderly clergymen find themselves involved in hunting down a murderer.
Used availability for Freda Bream's The Problem At Piha
March 1986 : UK Hardback
February 1995 : UK Paperback