The Camden Town Murder  

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The Camden Town Murder[1] (1908, originally titled, What Shall We Do for the Rent?) is one of Walter Sickert better-known works. Owing to the interest of the American crime writer Patricia Cornwell, it has now been linked with Jack the Ripper and the artist Walter Sickert.

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