"Imagine Constantine written by Douglas Adams for Doctor Who, and you'll be roughly in the right area for this highly enjoyable series. Bron James skillfully weaves a thrilling tale of private detective Sam Hain and his plucky assistant Alice as they investigate murder, magic and other paranormal events."
-Jeremy Biggs, Subversive Comics
Sam Hain - Occult Detective is an urban fantasy series which follows the supernatural adventures of the eponymous occult detective, Sam Hain, and his burgeoning psychic companion, Alice Carroll. Together, they investigate the paranormal and face off against ghosts, demons, and all manner of other-worldly forces which try to cross from their dimension into our own.
The modern world may have forgotten about beings of myth and magick, but the magickal world has not forgotten. Things are not quite as normal as they may seem, and from somewhere across the void, darkness is coming...
Sam Hain - Occult Detective
After leaving a party late one Halloween, Alice Carroll has a run-in with something she would much rather forget. Haunted by nightmares and visions, she tries to carry on with her life as normal, all the while feeling as if she is losing touch with reality. Just as her visions become too much to bear, she is helped by the enigmatic Sam Hain, a self-proclaimed occult detective and alleged aficionado of the abnormal.
Together, they embark on a series of adventures, investigating paranormal cases, cracking clandestine conspiracies, exploring the ethereal, and battling with forces far beyond the real. Meanwhile, in the abyss of some unworldly dimension, an evil is stirring, and from across the void a darkness is coming...
If Alice thought her world had turned upside-down on Halloween, she hasn’t seen the half of it yet.
Sam Hain - Occult Detective: Volume I is the author’s preferred text, containing the first six stories in the Sam Hain series (All Hallows’ Eve, A Night in Knightsbridge, The Grimditch Butcher, The Regents, The Eye of the Oracle, Convergence) and features original artwork by Camilla Winquist.