Though short, a novelette my guess, Did You Forget About Me? packs a surprising punch. Being short, it still holds a relatively slow-burning wick, building on childhood turmoil to offer a sense of impending dread. Then it turns left and the original issue is not the terror of the tale.
Clunky at times, and somewhat erratic in its finale, there’s a hell of a lot more to like about this story than dislike. It’s quick, engaging, and entirely entertaining.
It's ghostly, and ghastly, has the haunted house-ish thrills, really something enjoyable here.
As far as picking a story to read in an under an hour (quick reader or not), you can do much worse than to pick up this short by Andrew Cull.