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A body is discovered.
Mutilated beyond recognition, perched upon a hill overlooking the village.
Questions are raised.
Prayers are offered.
Fears grow as rumours are spread behind the Walls of Woodmyst.
They come at night.
Lurking in the forest nearby, the strangers watch and wait.
Who are these fiends?
What do they want from the peaceful village?
Terror builds in the hear
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Kindle Edition, 278 pages
Published February 3rd 2016 by Fontaine Publishing Group
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Ellie Midwood
Feb 06, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Wow! What a wonderful work of fiction! The action starts right in the first chapter, when a feast in the Great Hall of a peaceful and almost pastoral village of Woodmyst gets interrupted by an appearance of a hooded figure near its walls. The hooded figure turns out to be a savaged body, which sends a clear message to all the habitants: we’re coming for you. And soon they do…
Hooded creatures invade the nearby forest ready for an attack, but why? Something about them brings horrifying memories t
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Robert E Kreig was born in Newcastle, Australia and grew up in its outer suburbs. He has always had a love for books, particularly well told stories involving action, adventure and fear.
Some of Robert's favourite authors as a young reader included J. R. R. Tolkien, Stephen King, Orson Scott Card, Ray Bradbury and Frank Herbert. As he grew into adulthood, the list continued to lengthen, addin
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