She was a concubine – the property of King Saul. When her sons were cruelly sacrificed to settle an old political debt, she refused to leave their grave. This is a one-woman crusade, a mother who goes militant. She cannot raise her sons from the dead, but she can put a note in history about her love for them and their innocence, and she can extract an apology from a king that changes national policy. The story is that of a mother’s love, a culturally and legally disenfranchised woman who ignored the boundaries that limited her rights and reversed a 400 year old curse on the nation. One woman, determination and God – and the King had to listen.