New "Fifty Shades of Grey" novel stolen
June 12, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
(CBS News) Police are questioning a theft of a duplicate of a new “Fifty Shades of Grey” novel only over a week before it’s due to be released, a book’s publisher pronounced Wednesday.
Kent Police reliable that “officers are creation inquiries after receiving a news that a book had been stolen” on Monday.
Publisher Penguin Random House pronounced it could not criticism further, citing a ongoing investigation.
The amorous “Fifty Shades” trilogy has sole some-more than 125 million copies, and a film expelled this year has grossed some-more than $500 million worldwide. A sequel formed on a second novel, “Fifty Shades Darker,” is now in a works.
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.
“Christian is a formidable impression and readers have always been preoccupied by his desires and motivations, and his uneasy past,” author E L James pronounced when a book was announced. “Also, as anyone who has ever been in a attribute knows, there are dual sides to each story.”
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.
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