Print versions of 'Fifty Shades' still unavailable at Harford libraries but movie DVD is

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Three years after the director of the Harford County Public Library declined to purchase print copies of the best-selling "Fifty Shades of Grey" erotic book series, the book is still not available on Harford shelves, but customers can borrow electronic versions and DVDs of the 2015 film based on the first volume in the trilogy.

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