Every since I read, as a youth, tantalising mentions of an epic Arduin campaign to rescue a trapped character from the depths of Hell I've had a burning desire (see what I did there?) to send my player-characters to Hell.
Although I still haven't been able to secure a copy of the old Judge's Guild Inferno, I'm doing a pretty decent job of snagging as many Infernally-themed Dungeons-and-Dragons-y adventure supplements as possible ... to see
I know there are a legion of books about devils and demons, but I'm more interested in interpretations of the setting and environment.
As well as John Stater's monstrously magnificent Hellcrawl through several issues of his NOD magazine, my small collection boasts the classic Monte Cook AD&D module A Paladin In Hell, Role Aid's Realms Of Fantasy: To Hell And Back and Wizards Of The Coasts' adaptation of the Diablo II video game.
Can anyone think of any I'm missing or, even better, recommend a scenario or setting book I haven't mentioned that they highly rate for its depiction of Hell as an adventuring destination?