Scott Skipper author of historical fiction and humor

The Hundred Years Farce

Most people don't recall—if they ever knew—that the United States Army invaded México in 1846.  A year later they entered México City and received an unconditional surrender.  Then they walked away with Texas, New México and California.  What would have happened if they hadn't walked away?

The Hundred Years Farce, is an alternative history that postulates what might have happened if an obscure piece of American history had gone differently.  That's on the surface.  The soul of this story is social and political satire.

I'm confident it has something to offend everyone.

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