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Elizabeth Smart: Woman of faith and courage

Elizabeth Smart, now a young woman, was only 14 years old when she was snatched from her bed in the night and held prisoner, victim of a bizarre kidnapping, ten years ago.

Her memoir, “My Story,” is released today.

Smart’s tale of terror chronicling her ability to outwit her captors reveals a remarkable woman whose courage and faith will inspire everyone and offer healing to readers suffering from others’ evil actions.

(S-R archives photo: Elizabeth Smart speaks during the Women Helping Women Fund luncheon, May 22, 2012)

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