Out of Infernal Angel, Infernal City, and House Infernal, I will definitely say House Infernal is my favorite. Any of the three can be read separate from the other and even out of order--it doesn't matter in this trilogy, actually. Full of blood, gore, crazy creatures and out of this world (yeah, in Hell!) scenes, Lee leaves you wondering where he's getting these infernal ideas! Wow! A squeamish page turner, reader beware!
The old priory is a house built for the Church, but designed by Satan. In the house, nuns are drained of blood by things far worse than vampires, and a virginal student is seduced by the perverse and haunted by things more terrifying than ghosts. When Venetia Barlow began work at St. John's Priory, she expected a quiet summer of drudgery and boredom. But almost immediately she is haunted by lurid desires and visions of a city filled with monstersâ"monsters who know her name. Is the house really a place of meditation, or is it a temple of abominations? Venetia learns the truth when a long-dead priest gives her an unspeakable message direct from the howling, blood-drenched streets of Hell.