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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP16 Nov 2020 9:40 p.m. PST

"This story comes from the May 1935 issue of Thrilling Adventures. It is a robust tale about a small detachment of Legionnaires under siege and outnumbered by an aggressive horde of Berber tribesmen. To complicate their escape plans is a startling deathbed confession and discovery of a treasure map which entrances the lower ranking, and less-than loyal, members of the squad with visions of gold and jewels. However, the only one who can decipher the coordinates on the map is the narrator, Legionnaire 148–the Lone Survivor. What follows is a running gun battle over hills and ridges as the squad is pursued all the way to an ancient city in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. What awaits them is either death or riches…."
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