Roman Gorsky’s shocking murder sends the London media into a frenzy. But did many really know him? Concluded by Philip Arditti.
Part homage to The Great Gatsby, Vesna Goldsworthy’s novel is a poignant tribute to the hollowness that lies at the heart of great wealth and the sadness that can overwhelm great love.
Our narrator, Nick, looks back on the events of that summer in London and recalls the aftermath of Gorsky’s murder, and how the person who killed him was eventually caught.
Read by Philip Arditti
Written by Vesna Goldsworthy
Abridged by Isobel Creed
Produced by Jill Waters
A Waters Company production for BBC Radio 4
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