E L James has an “erotic love story” called “The Mister” coming out April 16. (Photo by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)

New novel coming in April from “Fifty Shades” author

NEW YORK — E L James is working up some new thrills.

The author of the blockbuster “Fifty Shades of Grey” trilogy has an “erotic love story” coming out April 16, Vintage Books announced Thursday. It’s called “The Mister” and is another saga of sex, wealth and other indulgences. It features a rich Londoner who “has rarely slept alone” and a beautiful woman who is an “alluring mystery.”

James says “The Mister” is a modern Cinderella story, a “thrilling and sensual” fairy tale. Her “Fifty Shades” books have sold more than 100 million copies worldwide and launched a billion dollar movie franchise.

By The Associated Press

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E L James has an “erotic love story” called “The Mister” coming out April 16. (Photo by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)

New novel coming in April from “Fifty Shades” author

NEW YORK — E L James is working up some new thrills.

The author of the blockbuster “Fifty Shades of Grey” trilogy has an “erotic love story” coming out April 16, Vintage Books announced Thursday. It’s called “The Mister” and is another saga of sex, wealth and other indulgences. It features a rich Londoner who “has rarely slept alone” and a beautiful woman who is an “alluring mystery.”

James says “The Mister” is a modern Cinderella story, a “thrilling and sensual” fairy tale. Her “Fifty Shades” books have sold more than 100 million copies worldwide and launched a billion dollar movie franchise.

By The Associated Press

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