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By Good News Network Friday, April 13, 2012
Part of a novel lost when a blind woman's pen ran out without her knowing has been salvaged with the help of a local forensic police team.
Trish Vickers, from Charmouth, had written 26 pages of her first novel without any ink in her pen.
When she asked her son to read it back to her there was nothing on the pages.
They called the fingerprint bureau in Dorset who volunteered their time and revealed the missing words.
(READ the story from the BBC)
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