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Bill SheehanThe Mysteries is filled with stories and legends -- all concerned with strange disappearances and uncanny encounters -- that supplement the central narrative, placing it in a vast, overarching mythological context. At the same time, the novel addresses Tuttle's ongoing concern with the crucial choices that ordinary people make -- choices that can bind them to the world of small, everyday accomplishments or send them in search of larger, more elusive alternatives. Successfully balancing the miraculous and the mundane, The Mysteries offers a variety of unexpected pleasures and marks the overdue return of a stylish, distinctive storyteller.
— The Washington Post