New Fifty Shades of Grey book ‘stolen’ days before release: Police examine …
June 9, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
The new book was set to be expelled in only one week, though military have now launched an review after fears that it could be sole on a black market.
Grey was pegged to be expelled on Jun 18th, is a re-imagining of a strange book – told from billionaire Christian Grey’s viewpoint about when he meets Anastasia Steele.
A print posted by E L James (@erikaljames) on Jun 1, 2015 during 5:00am PDT
It has been reported that a duplicate of a new suacy book was detected blank on Tuesday.
The burglary is now being investigated alongside a publishers Penguin Random House, amid concerns that extracts from a highly-anticipated amorous novel will be sole to a top bidder on a black market.
Representatives for Penguin Random House did not wish to criticism due to a ongoing military investigation.
The writer, who started a trilogy as fan fiction, is now ranked on a Sunday Times Rich List with an estimated happening of £75 million.
The strange book was incited into a Hollywood movie, that was expelled progressing this year, starring Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson – with it removing a possess soundtrack, slip line and even a possess wine.
James, who has a outrageous amicable following, suggested that she felt a need to write Grey for her fans.
“Christian is a formidable impression and readers have always been preoccupied by his desires and motivations, and his uneasy past,” she has said.
“Also, as anyone who has ever been in a attribute knows, there are dual sides to each story.
“It’s been a good pleasure to lapse to my happy place – writing, being with Christian and Ana in their universe, and operative with a illusory edition teams in a US and a UK.”