Walter de Camp

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Walter de Camp (born Kari Lempinen; d. 5 April 2017[1]) was a Finnish writer. He wrote about partying, restaurants and celebrities in the Finnish City magazine. There is also a drink named Walter de Camp after the writer. It was designed by Jasu Piasecki after the short description given by the writer: "It has to contain whiskey, be a short drink and taste really good."

Bibliography[edit]

  • 1997 Fetissikirja (Finnish for Fetish book)
  • 2002 123 ja 1/2 ikuisuuskysymystä ja -vastausta kaupungin yöstä

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kaisa Hakkarainen. "Kirjailija ja citykulttuuripersoona Kari Lempinen eli Walter de Camp on kuollut" (in Finnish). hs.fi. Retrieved 16 April 2017.