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Could Christian Grey come early?

A copy of the new 'Fifty Shades of Grey' manuscript has been stolen, which could mean the book is released early

By Verinia Khoo | Published: 11 Jun 2015

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As you all know, E.L James's famous erotica trilogy, Fifty Shades of Grey, is about to get a new addition told entirely from the perspective of the mysterious Christian Grey. Called Grey, the much-anticipated book (which is banned in Malaysia) was scheduled to be released on 18 June (Christian's birthday) in the States, but it seems that plan may have been sabotaged.

BBC News reports that a manuscript of Grey was discovered missing on Monday. No one knows who took it or where it is, but police are investigating the matter. Does this mean the book's release will be rushed to beat counterfeit copies? Fingers crossed. 

Related: E.L James's husband is the Fifty Shades of Grey sequel's new screenwriter
Related: Movie news: Sam Taylor Johnson leaves Fifty Shades franchise


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