The Quest for Marco Polo
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In a lonely monastery in the Armenian Mountains Jason Taylor is talking to the Prior.
The Prior asks him, "Have you found what you desire?"
Jason Taylor replied,"Yes. What you have given me is a treasure beyond price. It will complete my labors. I have crossed deserts, mountains, and jungles to get all this. I have worked tirelessly to piece the clues together. And now I have completed my quest. I have found the Lost Records of Marco Polo's Journey".
Suddenly in through the door walked three figures. They pointed revolvers at Jason Taylor. It was Count von Evil and two of his minions.
"Very good Herr Taylor. But I will take this now. I have been following you all this time. Fool! To never see me! I will take this now and add it to my private collection and no one will ever know! Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!" His laughter was terrifying.
Then Jason Taylor took out a horsewhip. With one flick he tore the guns from the hands of all three of his foes. Then he rushed toward them and battered them down, with a whirl of punches learned from his training by the Secret Warrior-master's society of Nepal. Then he fled outside with his precious artifacts, put them in his jeep and turned the motor on.
Before he left he yelled back at Count von Evil, "It belongs in a Christian writers club!"
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