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Llyn Cerrig Bach – Inspiration for my novel ‘Complicit.’

Do you like tales of Romans, Druids and treasure? Love stories with a Welsh or Celtic background? Then this is for you!
The fascinating story of Anglesey’s Llyn Cerrig Bach (the Lake of Small Stones) features in the Druid historical backdrop of my crime novel, Complicit. http://amzn.to/1xTPixg The site is famous for one of its finds – Roman human slave chains, the only proof of human slavery in that period found in the whole of Britain.
Complicit
Complicit
Read the fascinating tale of the treasures of Llyn Cerrig Bach by the daughter of the man who first made the discovery in 1943 …
http://www.angleseyheritage.com/key-places/llyn-cerrig-bach/

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Last 48 hours to get The Charter at only 99p/c !

Fancy a spooky #Anglesey based thriller to read over the weekend? The Charter is only 99p / 99c for Kindle¬†until 5th Jan. Don’t miss it!

http://amzn.to/1BgtBGo

The Charter

The Charter

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Charles Dickens – The Royal Charter

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For anyone who has read my book, The Charter, or simply has an interest in shipwrecks, you might find this fascinating. I knew Charles Dickens had written a chapter of his book ‘The Uncommercial Traveller’ after visiting the wreck site, but I’ve not read it in full until today. Maybe because I’m so close to the story of the Royal Charter, but I find it really moving. Well worth a read …

http://dickens.classicauthors.net/uncommercial/uncommercial2.html

The Charter is now also available as an audiobook

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