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Accidental Potter leak seen as marketing coup

The book was put on sale early by mistake in B.C.
TERRI THEODORE, CP   2005-07-13 03:03:42  

Even Harry Potter and his gang couldn't have conjured up a better potion for a marketing campaign than the accidental leak of the latest Potter book from a suburban Vancouver store, a marketing expert says.

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