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Author JK Rowling has said that the next Harry Potter novel, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince will be published on 16 July next year.
She has already indicated that the sixth book will see one of the characters killed but has given no hints as to who is doomed.
Originally posted by Pisky
I, for one (and KayEm for two ) will definitely be getting this.
Originally posted by Ravenna
[I think it's more likely to be Snape who shuffles off the mortal coil actually. I think Voldemort will discover that Snape is working for Dumbledore and 'off' him.
But don't quote me. At least, not unless I'm right.
Originally posted by drunk
oh no not another Hairy Porter book
Sorry but i cant stand magic.
Just hours after the first pre-orders were taken, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is already topping charts.
AUTHOR JK Rowling has warned Harry Potter fans to watch out for internet fraudsters claiming to sell electronic copies of her latest wizard saga - they are trying to steal bank and credit card details.
In the latest "phishing" scam, fans were asked to hand over their bank details to pay for a supposed copy of "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" which is to be published on July 16.
"Please, please protect yourselves, your computers and your credit cards and do not autumn for these scams," the writer said after her lawyers succeeded in closing down a fraudulent web site that offered the latest Potter book in electronic form.
Originally posted by sanctum
and do not autumn for these scams
According to anti-virus firm Sophos, Netsky.P was the second most common virus in May, topped only by the infamous Sasser worm.
It now seems to be picking up steam again, with Sophos saying it had spotted thousands of copies of it in the last few days.
Netsky.P, which only affects Microsoft Windows PCs, relies on tricking a computer user into clicking on an infected file.
Virus writers have increasingly used the names of celebrities to try to make people open an e-mail and unleash its malicious payload.
I'll be on those crazies on the midnight line to get this, the wait has been too long.