Anglesey is a small island just off the north Wales coast. It’s been my home for almost seven years. I love to read books based here and to walk in a character’s footsteps and see what they saw. To fully emerge yourself in a story like that gives you an all round experience.

Learn more About Anglesey

In this feature, Anglesey Books gives you an insight into our small island and the exciting fiction based here.

Sacred Lake is set around the Rhosneigr area which is a village in the south-West of Anglesey. It is also the winner of the Green Coast Seaside Award. It has two broad, sandy beaches, Traeth Crigyll, and Traeth Llydan, it is a popular centre for all watersports. It is also superb for strolling across the beach with its dramatic sand dunes and rocky outcrops.

Photo courtesy of Charlotte Faux

Two bodies discovered in a sacred Anglesey lake. One four weeks old. One four decades.
Random murders or ritual sacrifice?
Coincidence isn’t part of the vocabulary for DI Amanda Gold and her team. So when an up-and-coming star chef goes missing, the hunt for a killer is on.

Pressure mounts as suspect number one becomes victim number three.
DS Gethin Evans has an instinct. He is going to prove these crimes are sexually motivated, even if it means going it alone.
The hunt nears its end. The question is no longer who is right but who will survive?
If the sins of the past shadow everyone’s future, there’s no place to hide.

Sacred Lake is book three in The Gold Detectives crime series set along the North Wales coast and the island of Anglesey.


I read Sacred Lake back in 2017 and I loved it!

My Review Sacred Lake

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