John D. Reinhart

Biography

John D. Reinhart

What can be said about John Reinhart that hasn’t already been said? A wicked sense of humor, a deep love of things scientific and literary, a quick and active vocabulary, and an absolute fanaticism for historical fiction, if John isn’t studying spacecraft, or sailing ships, or steam engines, or aircraft design, it’s because he’s either working on his next novel or creating stunning technical illustrations for some of his professional clients.

Droppington Place is Mr. Reinhart’s first published novel.It's accompanied in the library by his stunning new novel, Marigold's End, a Phineas Caswell Adventure.

Smashwords Interview

So, tell us about yourself, Mr. Reinhart.
Is this thing on? I once gave an entire interview about the monkeys on Gibraltar to a most interesting young lady from the BBC, only to find that she'd never turned on her microphone. Tragic.
They say you're an accomplished treasure hunter. Is that true?
Actually, I prefer the term "archaeological explorer." But, yes, that word "accomplished" is a good one. That shows I've done something, doesn't it? Actually, I'd prefer to talk about my novel...
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Books

Marigold's End, a Phineas Caswell Adventure
You set the price! Words: 75,040. Language: English. Published: May 29, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Adventure, Fiction » Historical » Colonial America
Struggling to deal with the loss first of his best friend and then of his father, snobbish, arrogant twelve-year-old Phineas Caswell finds himself aboard a ship on the very sea that took them both away. Phineas, Taylor the cabin boy, and the French princess Louise find themselves face-to-face with cruel buccaneers, and must learn the meanings of courage, friendship, and home.
Droppington Place
You set the price! Words: 50,360. Language: English. Published: February 24, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Adventure
Twelve-year-old Byron Bishop, reeling from his parent’s breakup, finds himself mysteriously transported into a world made entirely of paper. With the help of his fellow captives Hailey and Kyle, he must find a way to escape the clutches of the paper world’s overlord, an Elizabethan playwright, and fight his way back to the real world.

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