Daddy (The Smalls Family Stories III) by Ash Ericmore
Daddy is the true head of the household, Daddy got morals. You give Daddy a job to do, it better had be kosher. Or Daddy gonna come and get you.
A bit of a film buff, and an old-fashioned soul, Daddy is the only man who could have ever wrangled those boys.
And he’s still go it. Know what I mean?
Just remember, whatever you do, don’t rip his shirt.
Where's the Puppet on the Tricycle?
Ash Ericmore's Daddy confirms that the Smalls brothers came by it all honestly, everything from their knack for stumbling ass-backward into situations they'd have sooner avoided to their peculiar sense of nobility and morality. Between Mumma and Daddy, we're forced to admit that the Smalls siblings turned out as well as could be reasonably expected. When film buff and criminal, Daddy Smalls, is offered a job driving a truck filled with drugs up North, he's more than happy to oblige. It's only after he learns that he's transporting something entirely different that he's driven to teach the buyer a lesson. Quick-witted, unflappable, and prepared for violence, Daddy will need to call on all of his resources--including that borderline supernatural luck that the whole Smalls clan benefits from--as he discovers himself face-to-face with a sadistic, monstrous, and perverse opponent in a house designed to prohibit escape. And yet again, somehow the Eastern Europeans are involved. They're like cockroaches. If Quentin Tarantino and Guy Ritchie had taken a stab at writing a script inspired by either the Saw or Collector series, this is approximately what Ash Ericmore has channeled in crafting this exciting installment in the ongoing Smalls adventures.