Mass-market paperback, Berkley Publishing, March 1992.
Limited edition hardcover, 300 signed & numbered copies. Necro Publications, 2001.
Lettered edition hardcover in slipcase, 26 copies. Necro Publications, 2001.
Trade paperback, Necro Publications, 2003.
eBook. Necro Publications, 2010.
ANGELS OF LOVE
Long, sleek legs, siren-like faces, flawless naked bodies glazed in moonlight and sweat...
DEMONS OF DESIRE
No prayer can save you, no force of will can resist their unholy caress. Through midnight's veil, they will lead you from your wildest dreams into a nightmare of passion, pain and death...
DAUGHTERS OF HELL
Their beauty beckons. Their flesh seduces. And they're coming now -- for you.
What can you say about a novel whose first line is “They cooked heads”? Another model that Lee would later exploit to infamousness--sexually psychopathic rednecks--had its inception here. (Sample: after shattering a girl’s spine, raping her, and then throwing her out of a moving station wagon, Lead Psycho Redneck Richard “Duke” Belluxi kindly remarks “You know somethin’? I ain’t had me this much fun since high school.”) We won’t ponder as to exactly where Duke went to high school. A regularly recurring Lee sub-character, the archeologist Professor Fredrick F. Fredrick, makes his debut here (Does the F stand for Fredrick? Lee won’t tell.); and you may find this to be the most erotic of his mass-market novels. What’s it about? Refer to title.