Under his arm, dad held a long thin cane. It was like nothing Alan had seen before. It wasn’t a length of garden bamboo. It had a curved handle at one end and even in its current lifeless state, it looked extremely whippy.
“I got it on eBay,” dad said in response to the quizzical look from his son. “Especially,” he smirked.
Alan Hawkes was twenty-four years old. He was a purchasing administrator for a national fast-food chain. He lived with his girlfriend. They had a child. They even had a mortgage. He was an independent adult. But, he would never be free of his dad.
You can never escape Dad is a never-before published story by Charles Hamilton II now available on the Canery Website. To read it, click here
Charles Hamilton the Second