After losing his wife in a car accident, a husband struggles with survivor's guilt. But in the dark, he realizes that the dead are never very far away. Not when there are secrets yet to be uncovered. Because Paul hasn't lost everything. Not yet. And as he struggles to separate dreams from reality, he is forced to answer the ultimate question: How far would you go to get back those you've lost?
"Paul, a widower haunted by the ghosts of his wife and unborn son in The Grief Frequency, sums up Burke's subtle approach thus: The dead can be among the living; the living, among the dead...Burke shows skill at imagining expressive supernatural experiences appropriate for his well-developed characters and their agitated emotions." - Publishers Weekly
A Short Story from the Bram Stoker Award-Winning Author of The Turtle Boy, The Hides, and Vessels.
Used availability for Kealan Patrick Burke's The Grief Frequency
June 2011 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition