In the seventies a metal shop just south of Los Angeles received an order for one stainless steel coffin with a glass lid, but that wasn't the unusual part.
Those unfamiliar with the metal fabrication industry may find this bizarre little period piece too fanciful to be believed but those who are familiar will know that it's business as usual. The craziness you are about to read actually happened to a business acquaintance of the author—even to the fish oil.
Scott Skipper is a California fiction writer
with a broad range of interests, including history, genealogy, travel, science and current events. His wry outlook on life infects his novels with biting sarcasm. Prisoners are never taken. Political correctness is taboo. His work includes historical fiction, alternative history, novelized biography, science fiction and political satire. He is a voracious reader and habitual and highly opinionated reviewer.