Author P. Confrey Webb Releases Autobiography and Series of Whodunits
Real stories and fictional novels take readers on various dramatic and suspenseful adventures. Author P. Confrey Webb shares his life of happiness and heartaches in Rainbows End. Murder mysteries and detective fiction fill the pages in the other two books: The Archangel Legacy and The Castleport Murders.
In his memoir, he invites everyone to witness how he lived and survived a traumatic experience, a number of trials, unexpected and unwanted early responsibilities throughout his teenage years, and challenges that came his way. Rainbows End unfolds his bittersweet life story: escaping from a depressive and negative environment with the security of a home and a good job, for an unfamiliar lifestyle and big dreams.
The Archangel Legacy.
A flawed protagonist hunts down a dangerous serial killer in this a hair-raising whodunit. When Ricky escaped from the orphanage, a priest sent him to St. Bartholomew's outreach home for boys. There, he took care of 100-year-old Jeremiah, a holy man, who absolved Ricky's sin of suffocating his mother. Jeremiah convinced Ricky that he was an earthly agent of the Archangel Gabriel. The plot thickens when on the advice of a psychologist Ricky finds a way to fulfill his pledge to Jeremiah as he protects his counselor and the church from malicious accusations. Murder and mayhem ensue and detectives Ross Kincaid and Ruth Gannon are assigned to solve the mystery.
The Castleport Murders
Castleport is a desirable seaside resort on the south coast of England, famous for its scenery and tranquility, which boasts beautiful vacation homes for members of Parliament and CEOs of large Corporations. The commissioner for ethical standards, standing procedures, and interpersonal relations chose the experienced Detective Harry Dowding to solve these gruesome murders. His investigation leads him into a scenario of prostitution and the deplorable acts of a very prominent and influential member of the Queen's Bench. Harry has to tread softly to solve The Castleport Murders without causing a scandal that could rock the government.
About the Author
P. Confrey Webb was born in the town of Hornchurch in England. After emigrating from England to Canada with his family in the 1960s, he spent 22 years working for IBM; however, it was retirement that he says opened the door to a different kind of creativity. After receiving positive feedback, he made the decision to launch full steam ahead into writing, specifically novels in his favorite genre: mystery and detective.