Reginald Trump is the working title of John Lawrence’s third book.
Reginald Trump wanted to be a scientist. In particular, he wanted to be an astrophysicist. His mother wanted him to be a concert pianist. His father wanted him to be happy. But then his father wanted everyone to be happy; a battle he was losing on every front. In response, Reginald’s father promptly died; another tick to add to his list of failures in the happiness stakes – though, to be fair, it wasn’t exactly through choice.
It’s the 1970s and forty-something Reginald Trump defies all his detractors as his life takes an unexpected turn that results in Reginald running away to warmer climes with the last laugh smirking cooly on his face.