G. Leigh Lyons of Blaine is one of six Whatcom County residents who wrote a serial adventure story for The Bellingham Herald. Lyons, who began writing a few years ago at the age of 50, sold his first book, the first in a series about an American boy growing up in the jungles of Venezuela. Lyons grew up in South America.
G. Leigh Lyons of Blaine is one of six Whatcom County residents who wrote a serial adventure story for The Bellingham Herald. Lyons, who began writing a few years ago at the age of 50, sold his first book, the first in a series about an American boy growing up in the jungles of Venezuela. Lyons grew up in South America. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
G. Leigh Lyons of Blaine is one of six Whatcom County residents who wrote a serial adventure story for The Bellingham Herald. Lyons, who began writing a few years ago at the age of 50, sold his first book, the first in a series about an American boy growing up in the jungles of Venezuela. Lyons grew up in South America. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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