Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez died on April 17, 2014 at age 87. His legacy bounded beyond Latin America, and while other works were made into films, he never permitted his landmark One Hundred Years of Solitude to be handled by Hollywood. Denver-based crime novelist Manuel Ramos reflected on his contributions with Carlos Lando and Cynthia Hessin.
Manuel Ramos website, www.manuelramos.com.
Music on this feature by Errol Garner, "How High the Moon" from the CD Gemini and the title track from Dr. Lonnie Smith's CD Too Damn Hot.