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In addition to being a novelist, DOUG REED is an actor and a playwright. His work has been performed in ten states and four countries. His most noted play, The Lamentable Tragedie of Scott Walker, sold out theaters in Wisconsin for months. He is currently the Artistic Director of Broom Street Theater, a 50-year-old experimental black-box theater. In his spare time, he performs improv comedy with Monkey Business Institute in the basement of a pizza parlor. He lives in Madison, Wisconsin.
Doug Reed, Half
This is the story of vampire Phil Half, who was once the Ninth Count von Helfert. His castle-dwelling days are so far behind him he can barely remember them. Now he works a soul-sucking second-shift job watching the servers for an insurance company on the east side of Madison, Wisconsin. At least his mortal coworkers know that someday their job will end. For an immortal vampire, there’s no such assurance. Unfortunately for Phil, his new boss, a woman of unearthly pallor, enjoys subjecting him to such demeaning mortal rituals as diversity training and karaoke. As humiliation piles upon humiliation, he finds his long-dormant vampire urges reawakening. His urges attract the attention of Dooley O’Shaughnessy, a FEMA employee on a one-leprechaun crusade to rid the world of the vampire scourge. All Phil has in his corner is the Vampire Identity Service, the feeble federal bureaucracy set up for his protection. Phil used to think that only two things can kill a vampire: a holly stake and a sunrise. Now he wonders if this job will be the undeath of him. trade paperback | ISBN 9780989543101 5.25" x 8.25" 226 pp.
RRP $17.95
“ This book is a great cure to our culture's obsession with youth . . . If you are tired of vampires who are perfect, and instead would like one to yell at you to get off their lawn, read Half! — Emgokey, Goodreads Doug Reed, Half Covers may  vary slightly from the ones pictured on the website.
© ENC Press 2018. Tipping sacred cows since 2003                     
In addition to being a novelist, DOUG REED is an actor and a playwright. His work has been performed in ten states and four countries. His most noted play, The Lamentable Tragedie of Scott Walker, sold out theaters in Wisconsin for months. He is currently the Artistic Director of Broom Street Theater, a 50-year-old experimental black-box theater. In his spare time, he performs improv comedy with Monkey Business Institute in the basement of a pizza parlor. He lives in Madison, Wisconsin.
Doug Reed, Half
This is the story of vampire Phil Half, who was once the Ninth Count von Helfert. His castle-dwelling days are so far behind him he can barely remember them. Now he works a soul-sucking second-shift job watching the servers for an insurance company on the east side of Madison, Wisconsin. At least his mortal coworkers know that someday their job will end. For an immortal vampire, there’s no such assurance. Unfortunately for Phil, his new boss, a woman of unearthly pallor, enjoys subjecting him to such demeaning mortal rituals as diversity training and karaoke. As humiliation piles upon humiliation, he finds his long-dormant vampire urges reawakening. His urges attract the attention of Dooley O’Shaughnessy, a FEMA employee on a one-leprechaun crusade to rid the world of the vampire scourge. All Phil has in his corner is the Vampire Identity Service, the feeble federal bureaucracy set up for his protection. Phil used to think that only two things can kill a vampire: a holly stake and a sunrise. Now he wonders if this job will be the undeath of him. trade paperback | ISBN 9780989543101 5.25" x 8.25" 226 pp.
Doug Reed, Half
This book is a great cure to our culture's obsession with youth . . . If you are tired of vampires who are perfect, and instead would like one to yell at you to get off their lawn, read Half! — Emgokey, Goodreads
RRP $17.95
© ENC Press 2018. Tipping sacred cows since 2003. Covers may  vary slightly from the ones pictured here.