They come at night.

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 hearts of men upon the Walls of Woodmyst.
Commanded by Alan Warde, and the other councilmembers of the village, the men of the Woodmyst are called into action armed with bows and swords.
Outnumbered and unprepared, the villagers do their best to defend their home against a well-resourced enemy.

How long can they survive upon The Walls of Woodmyst?


Wow! This story had me hooked from the very beginning, a creepy beginning at that.
I so enjoyed The Walls of Woodmyst. Author Robert E. Kreig has done another great job at creating an exciting, adventurous and absolute page turner of a read. Author Robert E. Kreig's prodigious talent has shown through again, and his work is likely to become a favorite of any reader who picks it up!

Tracy A. Fischer
author of 'The Sort of Life of Julie Winterfeldt (The Julie Winterfeldt Series)'


What a wonderful work of fiction! The action is fast-paced and the plot is so engaging, that it kept me on the edge of my seat. I couldn’t put this one down and read it literally in two days! Special thanks to the author for bringing the characters to life by using humor in their dialogues, I love it when a story sounds very real, and this one certainly did! Amazing book! Looking for more works by the author.

Ellie Midwood
author of “The Girl From Berlin: Standartenführer's Wife”


The Walls Of Woodmyst by Robert E Kreig is an exceptionally well crafted story guaranteed to give readers an amazing thrill. Robert E Kreig's excellent writing at times had me reading certain scenes more than once, not because I needed to, but simply because they were that compelling.

Faridah Nassozi
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