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A handful of people in Canada got a sneak peak of the latest
Harry Potter book, but a British Columbia Supreme Court judge ordered them=
 to keep it a secret.
The book was sold to 14 people who snagged a copy of J.K. Rowlings' much a=
nticipated "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," when it landed on she=
lves last Thursday at a local grocery store.

The book, officially set for release this coming Saturday, has been shroud=
ed in secrecy and its debut has been highly orchestrated to enable everyon=
e =97 readers, reviewers, even publishers =97 to crack it open all at once=
 It's the sixth in Rowling's seven-book fantasy series on the young wizar=

But the store slipped up and sold 14 copies before realizing its mistake.

"It was an inadvertent error on behalf of one of our staff," said Geoff Wi=
lson, a spokesman for the Real Canadian Superstore. He said the books were=
 quickly removed.

Justice Kristi Gill last Saturday ordered customers not to talk about the =
book, copy it, sell it or even read it before it is officially released at=
 12:01 a.m. July 16.

The order also compels them to return the novel to the publisher, Raincoas=
t Book Distribution Ltd., until the official release. At that time it will=
 be returned to them.

As an added incentive, Raincoast will include Rowling's autograph and a gi=
ft pack.

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