Series: Bastard Operator From Hell

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Bastard Operator From Hell (Version 1.0) (Bastard Operator From Hell) by Simon Travaglia1
Bastard Operator from Hell II: Son of the Bastard (Bastard Operator from Hell No. 2) by Simon Travaglia2
Bride of the Bastard Operator from Hell; The Third BOFH Collection by Simon Travaglia by Simon Travaglia3
Bastard Operator from Hell IV: Dummy Mode is Forever by Simon Travaglia4
Dial "B" For Bastard! (Bastard Operator From Hell V) (Bastard Operator From Hell V) by Simon Travaglia5

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