As an advertisement for the naturist philosophy this book makes an effort to make the case for the naturist but is over whelmed by the sheer mindless brutality of the story. Set in the wilds of Scotland full-time (i.e. Summer and Winter) naturist Heather greets visitors to her secluded cabin where she was brought up in the natural, unclothed world of her parents, both of whom have disappeared in mysterious circumstances several years ago. Soon the sole male, John is introduced to Heather's world while the other girls have already embraced it wholly or in part. However, in the background campers and visitors to the area are being tracked, attacked and - eaten! - by an unknown monster.
Most readers will see through the paper-thin plot in no time and then enjoy the bloody battle of the naturists vs the monsters over the mountains, hills, islands and lakes of north west Scotland - or not, as the case may be.