I loved the title of this one, because I didn’t know whether to expect horror, humor, or Doctor Who.
What I got was a story of family ties and family love, and the ways in which our lives pull us in two, and which a third of the way through took a sideways turn that left me grinning from ear to ear, and another third later left me gaping speechless at how much power a single act — to take the word of a woman seriously and act on it, no questions asked — can have to make a reader want to cry. A lot of the story made me want to cry.
Read it. It’s sad and good and happy all at once.