Copy of arriving ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ supplement stolen
June 13, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
LONDON — A duplicate of a arriving “Fifty Shades of Grey” supplement has been stolen, only over a week before announcement day, publisher Penguin Random House pronounced Wednesday.
The publisher pronounced Kent Police in southern England are questioning a burglary of a finished duplicate of E.L. James’ new book, “Grey.” It pronounced it could not criticism serve since a military review is underway.
Kent Police reliable that “officers are creation inquiries after receiving a news that a book had been stolen” on Monday.
The initial 3 books followed a intrigue between SM-loving immature billionaire Christian Grey and college tyro Anastasia Steele.
“Grey,” a fourth in a series, tells a story from Christian’s indicate of view.
Penguin Random House pronounced “Grey” would be published as designed on Jun 18, Christian Grey’s birthday.
Piracy can be a vital headache for publishers of best-selling books. In 2005, thieves stole copies of a much-anticipated “Harry Potter and a Half-Blood Prince” from a room north of London and attempted to sell them to publication newspapers.