With a strong, unique, yet sensitive voice, Richard Webb brings to life the intricate and accurately detailed story of an investigation of a brutal serial killer in his novel Satan’s Arrow. Author of the bestselling novel America’s Most Dangerous, the science fiction classic Mantis, and the cult classic Cotton Girls, Richard chose the vocation of a full-time novelist fifteen years ago after a twenty-five-year career as an independent commercial property and casualty insurance agent and president of Atkinson & Webb in Fairfax, Virginia. Yet he has always been a writer—first as a reporter during college with the Mercury Newspaper in Richmond and later as a regular contributor to Action Magazine in Washington DC. He has a degree in history and an MBA. He lives in Alexandria, Virginia, where his vocation keeps him at his desk for twelve hours a day. Satan’s Arrow is his second published mystery-thriller about a serial killer. His novel combines deep and thorough research for accuracy and the development of complex true-to-life characters with a dramatic, thrilling plot. Satan’s Arrow explores the emotional stress on serial killer hunters and the dark and gruesome character of a full-blown psychopath yet has an unusual paranormal twist—the reincarnation of the killer’s fourth victim from eleven years ago, the four-year-old Becky who is beginning to have past life memories. Richard grew up in Arlington, Virginia, where he was always the editor of the school newspapers and often editor of the school yearbooks too. He has written twelve novels and, as a university-trained historian, is currently working on a historical novel. His next publication will be Blueprint for Terror, an exciting atomic thriller based on the real and terrifying possibility of a terrorist obtaining nuclear material for a bomb.