Five readings of contemporary fiction from around the world.
4 `Santa Evita'.
By Tomas Eloy Martinez, translated from the Spanish by Helen Lane, abridged by Paul Kent, and read by John Rowe.
Already and international literary sensation, `Santa Evita' is part historical narrative, part detective story and part philosophical treatise.
When Eva Peron died of cancer at the age of 33, her demise triggered a bizarre chain of events which has never been fully understood.