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Marilyn StasioMore a brooding presence than a dramatic backdrop, the bog is ''a mysterious, holy place, home to spirits and strange mists, a place of transformation and danger'' that works a spell on people with a need to connect to their ancestral past. Hart taps into this deep vein of regional superstition, creating characters whose eccentricities have been handed down in their bloodlines. But a little melodrama goes a long way, and by the end of this narrative the deep silence of the bog seems very inviting.
— The New York Times