"Flinders' Flit," by H.L. Fullerton, in Mystery Weekly Magazine, February 2021.
The defining experience of Cassie's life was her father abandoning the family when she was eight years old. So when her husband disappears one day leaving behind "drawers upended, hall closet ransacked, its door drooping off its track, books and belongings scattered to the four winds..." it doesn't occur to her that he might not have left of his own accord.
The police find that suspicious, to say the least.
Your husband was gone, your house was a disaster and you didn't call the police?
I figured he left in a hurry.
There is a mystery here and Cassie works out in a satisfactory manner.