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Mcpherson, Lori

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Synopsis: Found is a true story. It's a candid portrayal of a woman who came to the end of herself. Many chapters have come and gone in Lori's life, but there was one that refused to close. When her world came crashing down around her she seeked answers. Set a task she takes up the challenge, leaving no stone unturned. All that was hidden is revealed forcing her to face some home truths. Little did she know what she signed up for and that it came at a high price.

Product Description: A candid portrayal of a woman who came to the end of herself. There have been many chapters in Lori's life, but there was one that refused to close. When her world came crashing down around her she seeked answers. Set a task she takes up the challenge, leaving no stone unturned. All that was hidden is revealed forcing her to face some home truths. Little did she know what she signed up for and that it came at a high price.

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