A Grave Business is a humorous yet somewhat sinister and suspenseful mystery set against the backdrop of the New Orleans French Quarter prior to Hurricane Katrina, with its jazz culture and history of 'dark' religions and cemeteries.
Xav and Linc accidentally stumble upon a racket through misdirected emails and coded newspaper messages. Their investigations lead them into the dark world of cults, crypts and midnight escapades. The Neville brothers provide an unwelcome threat to their schemes.
About the author
Alan Horsfield has written over 25 story books including some YA novels. His involvement with children's literature includes being past president of the NSW Children's Book Council and a judge for the NSW Premier's (Children's) Book Awards. He has achieved success in a number of writing competitions.