You Let Me in

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Tor Books
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5.4 X 8.2 X 1.1 inches | 0.7 pounds

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About the Author

CAMILLA BRUCE was born in Central Norway and grew up in an old forest, next to an Iron Age burial mound. She holds a master's degree in comparative literature, and has co-run a small press that published dark fairy tales. Camilla currently lives in Trondheim with her son and cat. You Let Me In is her debut novel.


"You Let Me In is a bewitching, beguiling, and deeply unsettling tale of one woman's strange life. It will ensnare you from page one and keep you riveted until the end." --Caitlin Starling, author of The Luminous Dead

"You Let Me In is a dark, delicious confection of a novel, a tour-de-force of the unreliable narrator--or is it? Either way--I loved every word." --Louisa Morgan, author of The Secret History of Witches

"This book is an exquisite rarity... nicely original and authentically folkloric: creepy, detailed, entrancing." --Joanne Harris, internationally bestselling author

"Haunting, and harrowing, You Let Me In is the kind of fairy tale that keeps you up at night because the monsters are real. I couldn't look away." --Alix Harrow, Hugo award-winning author

"You Let Me In is a relentless, heartbreaking exploration of isolation, grooming, and the cycles of abuse that pursue the vulnerable. The Pepper Man is terrifying on levels that will stay with you long after you've put the book down, crawled into bed, closed your eyes, and told yourself that everything is going to be okay."--Sarah Gailey, author of Magic For Liars

"Readers will find themselves engrossed on a wild trip to a parallel, earthly enthralling story, a genre-blender that perplexes...Neil Gaiman fans are a ready audience for this superb debut, but also suggest it to any patron who's ready for something astonishingly different." --Booklist, starred review

"The suspense builds as the truth about Tipp's past and present emerges slowly and incrementally... Bruce is especially good at raising goosebumps. Fans of Sarah Pinborough will welcome this new talent." --Publishers Weekly, starred review