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Elizabeth Smart: Woman of faith and courage

Elizabeth Smart speaks Monday during the Women Helping Women Fund luncheon. (Dan Pelle)
Elizabeth Smart speaks Monday during the Women Helping Women Fund luncheon. (Dan Pelle)

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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