Reed likes Pannhaas (scrapple) with his eggs. However, it’s not available in Silicon Valley meat markets around his home in San Jose, California. Reed calls himself a refugee Mennonite. He spent his boyhood in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, near Swatara Gap. After eight years of education in Mennonite schools, a stint with MCC Japan and a period of free-lancing for Mennonite publications, he moved to San Francisco and became a recruiter for high-tech firms. He and his wife Patricia affiliated with the Presbyterians (ECO) in Milpitas, CA some years ago and he serves as an elder there. Click his most recent novel below to learn more.
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