‘Grey’: Unreleased ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ book stolen from publisher before …
June 14, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Thieves have reportedly stolen a publishing of EL James’ latest novel, “Grey,” that retells a strike “Fifty Shades of Grey” story from a indicate of perspective of a pretension character. According to a BBC, a publisher fears that a latest novel from a best-selling author might be leaked to a public.
Kent Police has launched an review after publisher Random House detected that a duplicate of “Grey” had left blank on Monday, Jun 8. Still, a publisher reliable that a novel’s recover won’t be behind notwithstanding fears it could be sole in a black market.
“Grey will be published on Jun 18 — Christian Grey’s birthday — as planned,” pronounced a spokesman.
Random House and solicitors for a publisher have refused to give any other information about a blank book.
“We have no criticism to make due to an ongoing military investigation,” a orator for a publisher pronounced to a BBC.
A Kent orator told People, “We can't go into serve sum as it might form partial of a investigation.”
The orator combined that a stolen book could have been performed from a room or while on a approach to a warehouse.
James announced a book on Instagram progressing this month. The author pronounced that she was changed to write a new novel by legions of fans who “asked and asked” for some-more sum about Christian Grey’s uneasy past.
“Christian is a formidable character, and readers have always been preoccupied by his desires and motivations, and his uneasy past,” James pronounced in a press release. “It’s been a good pleasure to lapse to my happy place-writing, being with Christian and Ana in their universe.”