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Geobreeders [2nd Ed] (GN 1)
Title: Geobreeders [2nd Ed]
Volume: GN 1
Distributor: Central Park Media
Release date: 2004-05-05
Suggested retail price: $9.99
Age rating: 13 - 17 Years
ISBN-10: 1586649299 1586649299
ISBN-13: 9781586649296 9781586649296
This is the story of the Kagura Security Company: five women and one man who act as detectives and handle cases that are bizarre or out-of-the ordinary. Whether the cases are supernatural or technological in origin, they can all be solved by using computers, magic...and big guns!
(added on 2011-09-28, modified on 2011-09-28)
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