Material cut from the end of
Quest of Qui
THERE was some talk in antique circles during the next
few months about certain very valuable and undoubtedly genuine Viking items
which had come on the market.
The money from the antiques, Doc Savage employed to
purchase a shipload of the commoner conveniences of civilization, and this was
delivered to Qui by men who knew how to keep their mouths shut. The first
shipped did not take all of the money; there was more for the years
Monk would like to have made that trip. But he changed
his mind when Doc and his men got back to their New York headquarters. There
was another trip ahead—a trip more exciting than one would be to Qui. It was
the trail that led to Spook Hole, and a new adventure, different than
any this unusual group of adventurers had ever had.
Monk looked at Ham, then took one last barb at the dapper
lawyer. "That guy," he goaded, "might make you a good valet."
Later, Monk was to regret that crack.
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