"The Deluxe Guide to Fiend Summoning and Faustian Bargains" is probably one of the only books I would not want certain people to buy.
Within its 180 pages live a lexicon of 72 Devils, Daemons, and Demons - from page 49 to page 177, chock full of the very thing that Anti-D&D people talk about. It gives =game= directions for summoning, binding, and dispelling creatures of evil intent. Even the front cover, which depicts an upside down pentagram, is kind of disquieting. This book is not one that I would recommend giving to anyone who might just be a little off kilter. Supposedly, it has rituals for summoning these 72 creatures, the necessary components of the ritual, and even a sigil in the background of each monster's summoning sign.
If there =ever= was a book that I hope the Christian Community does =not= see, it's this one. By "Necromancers of the Northwest", it would make a great resource for Necromancers and other evil mages. There's only a scant 29 pages of info on summoning the fiends in this volume, as well as bargaining with them, dispelling them, and the types of payment(s) they accept.
I can only recommend this book to gamers who are =very= mature, and take a good look at it to see if they want this type of detail on what amounts to NPC's in your game. Although I own a copy, I cannot see myself ever wanting to use this in any campaign. Remember - you have been warned!