The Grief Frequency by Kealan Patrick Burke, short story book cover artwork

“The Grief Frequency” by Kealan Patrick Burke

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Paul is consumed by grief after a car he's driving crashes, killing his wife, Caitlin, and injuring his father-in-law. His in-laws hate him, but not as much as he hates himself. Then he starts seeing Caitlin in the house, together with a young blond-haired child.


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About the Author
Born and raised in a small harbor town in the south of Ireland, Kealan Patrick Burke knew from an early age that he was going to be a writer. The combination of an ancient locale, a horror-loving mother, and a family of storytellers, made it inevitable that he would end up telling stories for a living. Since those formative years, he has written five novels, over a hundred short stories, six collections, and edited four acclaimed anthologies. In 2004, he was honored with the Bram Stoker Award for his novella THE TURTLE BOY. Kealan has worked as a waiter, a drama teacher, a mapmaker, a security guard, an assembly-line worker, a salesman (for a day), a bartender, landscape gardener, vocalist in a grunge band, curriculum content editor, fiction editor at Gothic.net, and, most recently, a fraud investigator. When not writing, Kealan designs book covers through his company Elderlemon Design. A number of his books have been optioned for film.
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