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Author Glenn Hileman - A Yellow House in the Mountains

This episode of Big Blend Radio features Glenn Hileman who talks about his novel, “A Yellow House in the Mountains” (March 2024).


Based on a remarkable true story, the book honors the lives of his parents, Lyle and Marylin, who were lost to Colorado’s East Troublesome Fire, by showcasing the love, faith and determination which guided them through difficult times. More: 

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