The mystery of the murder in the Lucky Holiday Hotel


Five years ago, China's most charismatic politician, Bo Xilai, was toppled from power. His disgrace allowed his great rival, Xi Jinping, to dominate the political stage in a way unseen in China since the days of Chairman Mao.

All this was made possible - writes BBC China editor Carrie Gracie - by the murder of a British business fixer, Neil Heywood, in the Lucky Holiday Hotel.

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