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Set in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco, the urban fantasy serialized novel follows the law practice of Thomas Brock and Evelyn Love. The duo crusades for the rights of “OTs” . . . Other Than Humans, and their clients include ghosts, gargoyles, vampires, and things they’ve yet to put a name to. The danger and intrigue is as thick as the mist that teases the Golden Gate Bridge.

From Spectre of Justice: The “OTs,” as they were often called, tended to cluster in cities, and Thomas was well aware there were a good number of them in San Francisco, where some say true magic was born and laid heaviest in the land. OTs: Other-Than-Human, like his client Holder, who was a ghoul, an undead creature normally associated with graveyards and considered a corpse-eater.

Some say true magic is thickest in the Haight-Ashbury district . . .


You’ll find these and more in Reagan Hill’s San Francisco.

The Other-Than-Human element of the city is sometimes malevolent, sometimes misunderstood, and often discriminated against. Reagan’s crusading legal team fights to bring them justice.

Magic is indeed thick in
San Francisco, but so is the danger. Come along for the wild urban fantasy ride.

LOVE-HAIGHT: SPECTRE OF JUSTICE is available from Amazon.


Love-Haight is a comedy, locked within a mystery, hidden in a horror story… Wonderfully clever, stylish, and ghoulish. Delightfully twisted fun!

William C. Dietz
New York Times bestselling author
The Legion of the Damned® creator


Reagan Hill divides time between homes in Nebraska and Illinois. But Reagan’s heart really is in San Francisco. There could have been no other setting for the Love-Haight urban fantasy serialized novel.

A world traveler, Reagan is first and foremost a fiction author, but also a journalist, writing instructor, history-buff, and avid mystery reader.

Reagan switches between classical music and the Mamas and the Papas when writing the exploits of Thomas and Evelyn. A faded, glittery San Francisco T-shirt waits in the closet, and a colorful picture of Haight-Ashbury sits on the desk.

Reagan invites you to look at the city by the bay in a new and fractured light.