This is a little gem. A sort of cosy-crime/horror melange. It’s a short work, and wastes no words to tell its tale. No doubt some readers will find it grisly, but I thought I detected a certain tongue-in-cheek approach on behalf of the writer. There is an undertone of dark humour and the author carries this off well.
I enjoyed the story of Frank and smiled at his attitude to life’s many injustices, and his way of dealing with these. Give it a try; I’m sure you’ll enjoy it.