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$100 is Too Cheap

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3.169 out of 5 from 351 votes
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Petey is a female bounty hunter who’s perplexed by a mysterious bounty that was posted: the culprit is a fellow named Blue Cheese, but his bounty is -$100 – essentially there’s a fine for turning him in! Confused as to what this means, Petey chats with the seventeen-year-old bartender and mystery solver Suna to figure out what’s going on. Will she take up the strange bounty and figure out why it exists?

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$100 is Too Cheap angelsreviews 8/10 Jul 17, 2013
$100 is Too Cheap DuskFey 6.5/10 Feb 16, 2013
$100 is Too Cheap ThePatches 7.5/10 Oct 15, 2009
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