Murder On The Wind (Paperback)
A young woman living alone is found dead in her home when the police do a routine welfare check. Detectives O'Toole and Starker barely begin investigating when an older couple is found bound and murdered. Are the murders related? With little to go on, they appeal to other agencies and learn that similar crimes are being committed further up the coast. What do all these victims have in common? As clues emerge reflecting a calculated murder scheme, the detectives fear the worst and seek help from multiple law enforcement agencies in more than one state.
About the Author
G. A. Cockerham is both an artist and author who, with husband Bruce, lives on the southern Oregon coast, an area that has inspired much of her writing, including the O'Toole/Starker murder mystery series. She holds a BA degree, is a retired investment advisor and insurance broker, and is the author of several published books. G. A. is a member of Women Writing The West, and is a volunteer for the Curry County Sheriff's Office. Bruce Cockerham, G. A.'s technical consultant, is a retired police captain with thirty years' experience in law enforcement. He has worked in patrol, traffic detectives, SWAT, and administration and also worked as an academy instructor. He trained with the FBI as a counter sniper, and is a graduate of both the California Command College and the FBI National Academy. He holds a BA from Whitworth University and an MDiv from San Francisco Theological seminary. He currently serves with the Curry County Sheriff's Office as a civil-enforcement deputy.