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If you know what happens to Harry, shhh
By ASSOCIATED PRESS
Published May 15, 2007
J.K. Rowling has a request for those with inside dirt on her seventh and final Harry Potter book: Please don't spill it. "We're a little under three months away, now, and the first distant rumblings of the weirdness that usually precedes a Harry Potter publication can be heard on the horizon, " Rowling wrote on her Web site, www.jkrowling.com, Monday. "I want the readers who have, in many instances, grown up with Harry to embark on the last adventure they will share with him without knowing where they are they going." The comments came in response to an April 28 editorial by a leading Potter fan site, www. the-leaky-cauldron.org, which noted that it had been receiving "spoiler" e-mails - and expected many more - alleging advance knowledge of the contents of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, which comes out July 21. Although the Potter books are released under tight security, copies often are obtained before the publication date. "If Harry dies, we don't want to know about it until J.K. Rowling decides to tell us, " Leaky Cauldron Web master Melissa Anelli wrote. "And if you decide to tell us before that, you'll incur the wrath of a staff of almost 200, most of whom have been waiting almost 10 years for these final revelations and can NEVER get back the moment you rob by spoiling them."