Familiar, by J. Robert Lennon.

On the way back from her annual pilgrimage to visit her dead son’s grave, several states away from her (her husband, and her remaining son’s) new home, Elisa glances at a crack in the windshield and suddenly finds herself driving a different car, dressed in different clothing, and returning from a different mission.

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