Reed Arvin

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Reed Arvin is an American record producer, keyboardist and author, best known for his work producing music for singer Rich Mullins.

In the early 1980s, Arvin toured as Amy Grant's keyboard player, before teaming up with Mullins in 1986. Arvin produced 9 albums for Mullins, including 2 "best of" collections, Songs and Songs 2.

Arvin's first novel, entitled The Wind in the Wheat, was published in 1994. His second novel, a legal thriller called The Will, was published in 2000. Kiss's Gene Simmons is a big fan of The Will and has shown interest in producing a film based on the book. Since then, Arvin has published two other critically acclaimed thrillers, The Last Goodbye and Blood of Angels.

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  • The Wind in the Wheat, 1994
  • The Will, 2000
  • The Last Goodbye
  • Blood of Angels

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