House Infernal by Edward Lee

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The diabolical adventure never ended-it's only just begun. Part III of Edward Lee's notorious, internationally published City Infernal Saga is here. Lee dares you to take another tour through the nightmarish City of the Abyss, and to walk with him though a house of horror, a house of graves...a house infernal.

A CITY, BUILT WITH BLOOD AND BONES...

Three things are about to join a crypt in Hell with a house on Earth... Nuns molested and drained of blood. A virginal student seduced by the perverse and taunted by things worse than ghosts. And six Angels, imprisoned in Hell and made pregnant by God knows what...

A HOUSE, BUILT FOR THE CHURCH, BUT DESIGNED BY SATAN...

When Venetia Barlow begins work at St. John's Prior House, she expects a quiet summer of drudgery and boredom. But soon she's haunted by lurid desires and visions of a city full of monsters...and the monsters know her name. Is the house really a place of meditation and worship, or is it a temple of abomination and the most evil secrets? Venetia will only find out, when the voice of a long-dead priest comes into her head and gives her a an unspeakable message from the howling, blood-drenched streets of Hell...

WELCOME BACK...

TO THE CITY INFERNAL

 

About Edward Lee

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Edward Lee lives in St. Petersburg Beach, where, if he had the chance, he would gladly eat his own weight in seafood. He's the author of over a dozen novels, including Coven, Succubi, Incubi, Ghosts, Creekers, and The Bighead, 60 short stories, multiple comic scripts and novellas. He has two new novels coming in 2002 from Leisure Horror. For a full biography and detailed bibliography please go to the The Domain of Edward Lee.
 
Published January 1, 2007 by Leisure Books. 477 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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Lee's vividly imagined third Infernal dark fantasy, like its predecessors City Infernal and Infernal Angel, should please those who like their horror to push the bounds of good taste.

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