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Racy book hot item in the Okanagan

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British writer E L James' "Fifty shades of grey" trilogy has taken pop culture by storm.

All three books are now sitting in the top three spots on the Canadian best sellers list.

The books have been dubbed "mommy porn" for their discussions of spanking, sex and submission.

Some U.S. libraries have actually banned the books for their steamy subject matter.

So how has the Okanagan Regional Library dealt with that controversy? Barbara Jo May, Kelowna's adult collection librarian explains.
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