Donald A. Gazzaniga is a former writer, director and cinematographer for television and documentaries. He is the author of A Few Good Men, the story of the first Marines into Vietnam, and Air France One (2011), a story of the terrorists who take control of a French Concorde to ram it with a nuclear warhead into the U.S. He authored War Hawks based on interviews and experience with United States Marines who served there and from interviews with top CIA agents who were involved in the Korean War where the CIA disrupted America's battle scenes using terrorist type tactics. His latest, "Who Killed Rita Colleridge?" is a first in a series of Buck Wolfe mysteries. He is also the author of five cookbooks designed to help those who have to cut salt out of their life. Currently he manages a busy Web site at megaheart.com. He is a licensed commercial pilot, one of the USA's early skydivers, and one of the first talk show hosts in the country. He is a lifetime Master with a heavy bore rifle, and is the only photographer allowed on Mt. Rushmore since it's completion. Gazzaniga served in the USMC as an infantry officer. Gazzaniga, a native Californian, now lives in the foothills of the California Gold Country with his wife of over fifty years.