Books for children and young people.
A story set in New Orleans' French Quarter.
Two brothers, Xav and Linc, accidentally stumble upon an illegal scheme throughmisdirected 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.
Alan and Elaine have published over fifty children's books in a wide range of genres ranging from text books to serious, factual material to quirky, humorous fiction to poems. There is something for all ages and tastes to enjoy.
Alan and Elaine Horsfield
Alan and Elaine Horsfield have transitioned from teaching through many other activities to become the successful authors of many children's and young people's books.
Alan and Elaine have lived in New South Wales, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, the Northern Territory and Far North Queensland.
They have travelled extensively, using locations and incidents to weave many of their stories and poems.
Should you pop into Port Douglas, you may encounter them at their stall at the Wharf Street Sunday Market enjoying a glass of wine, the sun and chatting to visitors - and selling some of their books.
Wharf Street Port Douglas Queensland
Sugar Wharf Port Douglas
8am - 2.00pm