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Author Judy Thompson’s New Book, “The Girl from Lost Creek,” is a Poignant Account of the Author’s Fascinating Life Story and All She Managed to Overcome

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Paradise Valley, AZ, January 06, 2023 –(PR.com)– Judy Thompson, who was born Judith Hartzell and currently resides with her husband of fifty-five years live on the Puget Sound near Seattle, Washington, has completed her new book, “The Girl From Lost Creek”: a captivating memoir detailing the trials faced by the author during her childhood and beyond and how they affected her later in life.

The author’s story begins with the disappearance of her father and the murder of her mother—two events that shocked the small community of Lost Creek, West Virginia, a region of Appalachia in the 1940s. She is separated from her six siblings when she and her sister are eventually adopted by a couple in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with just stories and shadowy memories of her childhood. Judy finds a deep inner strength and independence that would lead her through a life of work, acquiring a college education, raising a family while…

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