Was the manuscript of new EL James novel Grey stolen or not?

Was the manuscript of new EL James novel Grey stolen or not?

According to police reports, there were no evidence found that the book Grey had been stolen before its official release.

According to police reports, there were no evidence found that the book ‘Grey’ had been stolen before its official release.

Last Monday it was reported by Publisher Random House that they discovered about missing of the latest EL James Fifty Shades book ahead of its release.

However, Kent Police stated that no proof that the crime had been committed.

The latest EL James novel, entitled Grey, is to be released on 18 June. Grey retells the story from the point of view of the billionaire Christian Grey and is expected to reveal those dark secrets of that character and his life, which were hidden behind the curtains.

Following a report that one book had been stolen after packaging was found to be damaged, there is no evidence at this stage to suggest that an offence has been committed

– stated spokesperson for the police of Kent in a report and added that they are not going to take any action unless the further information or the facts are received.

Random House in its turn announced:

We are delighted that the book’s theft does not appear to have been for any malicious intent or financial gain

They also stated that their own investigations will be continued and if some new details or findings appear, they will immediately report about it to the police of Kent.

Talking about The Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy, more than 125m copies has been sold worldwide, since 2011, when the first book had been released. Besides, earlier this year The 50 Shades of Grey movie was released earlier this year.

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