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JK Rowling in deal for first adult novel‎

Harry Potter author JK Rowling has signed a deal to publish her first novel for adults.

Harry Potter: The End

For Laurie Penny and her friends, the Harry Potter stories offered a spellbinding escape from adolescent reality. As the final part of JK Rowling's saga hits the cinema, she explains why they have been left bereft.

Video: Exclusive Harry Potter world premiere report

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2, is the final adventure in the Harry Potter film series. The much-anticipated motion picture event is the second of two full-length parts.

Video: Emma dazzles at Harry Potter premiere

Hermione takes to the red carpet for the final time at the world premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2.

DVD: A boy called Dad, Brian Percival, (15)

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A Boy Called Dad (15)

This drama of reluctant fatherhood is basically a two-hander between a 14-year-old tearaway (Kyle Ward) and his feckless gambler of a dad (Ian Hart), who re-enters his life almost by accident.

Public school redivivus

Hogwarts or hotel standards? Jim Kelly discovers why boarding schools are fashionable again

50p Harry Potter fetches pounds 4,830

50p Harry Potter fetches pounds 4,830

Profile Harry Potter: The boy who brought back the magic

The unlikeliest of literary heroes is bespectacled and gawky, yet he has hooked children again on the wonder of reading.

Harry Potter goes to court over muggles

OWL POST message to Harry Potter: urgent that you muster magical powers to vapourise American author Nancy Stouffer. If this is not convenient, don't panic. Your creator, J K Rowling is taking her to court.

Love and death in new Harry Potter

HARRY POTTER'S adventures, already dark and spooky for children and adult readers, will become even scarier. The author, JK Rowling, says "there will be deaths" in the fourth Harry Potter book - and fans fear for the fate of Harry's best friend Ron.

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Harry Potter casts his spell

ONE OF the most heavily hyped stunts of the publishing world seemed to have paid off yesterday when it was revealed that sales of the latest novel featuring the boy wizard Harry Potter had smashed those of its nearest rival.

Harry returns in a blaze of hype

YOU MIGHT be forgiven for thinking that Salman Rushdie's latest Booker-tipped epic will be the publishing event of the summer. But you would be wrong.
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