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When twins Sarah and Sophie are contacted by a firm of solicitors, and told that they have been named as the joint beneficiaries in the will of Kathleen Kirchner, their recently-deceased aunt, it seems to call for celebrations all round. The cash inheritance alone is a huge one — neither of them will ever have to work again, as long as they live; and, in addition to several millions of pounds in cash and investments, they find they also own a house-and-estate in mid-Wales. The only problem is that the late Kathleen Kirchner had had a reputation for 'dabbling' in Black Magic. And when Mark, Sarah's husband, starts turning the metaphysical rocks over, he becomes increasingly worried about the seething mass he finds underneath them. It appears that the price of the legacy is that one of the twins — and only one — is marked down to be Satan's incarnation on earth. Somehow, all of this has something to do with Coleridge's unfinished poem "Kubla Khan"...

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