Eliza Armstrong is a good girl. She loves and is loved by her mum and dad. She enjoys school, works hard and gets straight ‘A’s.
She captains the junior rugby team, leads the debating society and has twice been voted form captain by her fellow pupils. Not the girl you’d expect to lie, cheat, steal, dodge shotgun bullets, fool a child psychologist, or throw a farmer over his very own Yorkshire stone wall.
But when you need to save a one-hundred-year-old, dead whale from its hunters in an effort to halt the extinction of planet Earth’s wildlife, being a good girl, just won’t cut it.