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your printer driver download would be a great idea for your printer's new owner. Try it out.News, views and top stories in your inbox. Don't miss our must-read newsletter Sign up Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Invalid Email A double murderer has apparently written the same book using his own blood as the ink. Brian Talbot, 63, was serving two life sentences in 1998 for the murders of two elderly women in the Welsh valleys when he was found to be writing the book. It included blood-red letters of his own blood and a message which read: “I am ready to die at 40.” The tale was written in blood The book’s publisher said it was “not a ghost story” and that Talbot, now 65, had written it. Paul Condon, managing director of Greystone Publishing, said: “This is not a ghost story. It’s a book written in blood with real blood. “Brian wrote this novel with his own blood as the ink. “I hope it will give readers a greater understanding of him and his journey through this life and his continuing struggle with his demons. “I think it will give them a greater understanding of what he is going through and the cost he has paid for his sins.” Talbot’s book, which took eight years to write, will be published in April next year and is entitled The Lizard. Condon said: “It is called the Lizard because the markings at the top of the letters are the shape of a lizard’s head. “It is written from the viewpoint of the murderer and it is a reflection of his thoughts and motivations as he undertakes his career as a serial killer. “The chapters are unnumbered.” The blood was apparently mixed with a lot of water and he poured the mix onto a piece of paper and wrote his first draft. Condon said: “He has spent years doing this on a daily basis. “He wrote the manuscript slowly as he thought through the story. “He has been writing it for the last eight years. It is all written in his blood. “The blood is all his. His blood. He has written the entire manuscript with his blood.