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"Her throat was cut, from ear to ear; her head almost severed from her body." On the morning of September 12, 1907, the body of Emily Dimmock was found in her rented rooms in Camden Town, London. The murderer has never been identified. This is the story of the victim; along with an account of the times in which she lived, and the circumstances surrounding her death. Is this another crime of the imagination? Recent books have seen parallels between The Camden Town Murder, and the Whitechapel killings of Jack the Ripper, and The Peasenhall Mystery of 1902. Case Solved !!! In The Camden Town Murder, John Barber presents the reader with a modern day investigation, analysing and retracing the events with the story's protagonists; as well as bringing to light vital clues which, back then had escaped the judges's attention . This is a social history and an account of the human condition of the people living in the Victorian and Edwardian eras, the upper classes and their domestic servants, the 'fallen women', the music-halls, the artists, and the demi-monde. All these moving against alternating backgrounds of greys, black and crimson, and enraptured with the vapours of wormwood. The Author John Barber is an investigator, researcher and writer with a popular and informative website, featuring excellent articles on the socio-cultural history of Britain and its great metropolis London. His published works also include a murder mystery novel, entitled A Little Local Affair.

Author: Barber, John
Publisher: Mandrake
Illustration: N
Language: ENG
Title: The Camden Town Murder
Pages: 00196 (Encrypted PDF)
On Sale: 2012-01-31
SKU-13/ISBN: 9781869928919
Category: True Crime : Murder - General

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