Opening on a bare stage, as a clock strikes thirteen, we find Humphrey, lately deceased, reliving, through flashbacks, the events leading up to his being pushed off a cliff by his wife. He obviously provoked her, or did he? Perhaps she was the one who should have been despatched to the other side? Why did the picnic hamper contain rope and a hammer? Who was having an affair with whom? Will Humphrey convince the Authority that he is innocent and worthy of a place in Heaven? Inspector Gabriel arrives to deliver the verdict. With ingeniously simple staging the play is witty, entertaining and very unusual.