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Thursday, December 5, 2019

The Wheels of Cady Grey Book Blast and Giveaway

Here we go with another thriller of a series. Along with the book with the gun on the cover, there is a giveaway for an Amazon gift card. Open worldwide, you have through 1/4 to enter Good luck.

The Wheels of Cady Grey 
Cady Grey Mysteries Book 1 
by Paul L. Arvidson
Genre: Thriller
Publication Date: August 21, 2019


Get in the way of ruthless people and it's gonna get you killed. 

"Forget all you know about disabled people. This novel will blow everything you knew out of the window. A story of strength, intelligence, love and disability". 

Cady Grey is invisible. One of the 'perks' of being in a wheelchair. Sometimes it's better that way, 'specially when you're a sweary, spitty teenage girl who's main aim is getting through high-school in one piece. 

But then a sinister shell company wants to knock their school down and is prepared to stop at nothing. She and her friends are the only ones invested enough to care and smart enough to investigate. 

Regardless of the danger, Cady finally gives up being invisible to fight. And she discovers that getting in the way of politicians and their schemes might just get her killed. 

"Cady, with spark, snark and enthusiasm will capture your heart in such a way you will want her to be your best friend. She is a voice, hero and visibility for a young disabled generation, a guide for us all and a mystery to solve". 

Grab your copy of a thriller unlike any other! 




PAUL ARVIDSON is a forty-something ex lighting designer who lives in rural Somerset. He juggles his non-author time bringing up his children and fighting against being sucked into his wife’s chicken breeding business. 

The Dark Trilogy is his first series. He is also working on a thriller. 



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12 comments:

  1. The cover art seems appropriate for the book. Good job.

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  2. Really an interesting cover. I'd be interested in reading it.

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  3. Hi Everyone! Thanks for the lovely comments. For your info the cover art is by the awesome @betibup33. Hope you enjoy it, Paul Arvidson

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  4. Having a disability myself..Multiple Sclerosis, which at times requires a wheelchair, I can relate to the "feeling invisible" part of the description. The art is amazing :)

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    1. Hey Jan, if you read it, let me know what you think. I was in an unusual position, in that the story was kind of written 'over the shoulder' of my 11yo daughter, who's the chair user in my life. I spent my time writing, terrified that I'd either cock something up terribly, or that I'd not be 'punky' enough in the other extreme. Be intrigued to find out what you thought.

      All the best
      Paul Arvidson

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  5. The cover is interesting. I like it

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  6. See my above reply re: cover! :)

    Thanks for all the kind comments folks, let me know how you get on!

    Paul Arvidson

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