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Scientists at the Catholic University of Leuven tested ten of the most popular books at the Antwerp library for microbes and bacteria. What did they find? Herpes and cocaine. Every title—including erotic novel 50 Shades of Grey by English writer E.L. James—tested positive for cocaine, while other titles had traces of herpes simplex virus 1, which is associated with cold sores. Microbiology professor Johan Van Eldere’s lab tested the books for herpes and toxicology professor Jan Tytgat’s lab tested them for cocaine and THC. In no cases was THC found. The books included Belgian detective writer Pieter Aspe’s Tango andDimitri Verhulst’s Flemish bestseller The Misfortunates. Even children’s books, like the Jommeke comic strip, tested positive for cocaine.