Midnight

Octavus Roy COHEN (1891 - 1959)

The crime seemed to have lost itself in the sleety cold of the December midnight upon which it was committed. The trails were not blind--there were simply no trails. The circumstances baffled explanation--a lone woman entering an empty taxicab; a run to a distant point in the city; the discovery of the woman's disappearance, and in her stead the sight of the dead body of a prominent society man--that, and the further blind information that the suit-case which the woman had carried was the property of the man whose body was huddled horribly in the taxicab. (Summary from the text)

Genre(s): General Fiction, Detective Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Out of the Storm Roger Melin
00:17:54
Play 02 The Suit-Case is Opened Roger Melin
00:18:53
Play 03 "Find the Woman" Roger Melin
00:18:01
Play 04 Carroll Has a Visitor Roger Melin
00:16:14
Play 05 Miss Evelyn Rogers Roger Melin
00:14:39
Play 06 Regarding Roland Warren Roger Melin
00:14:29
Play 07 The Valet Talks Roger Melin
00:15:23
Play 08 Carroll Makes a Move Roger Melin
00:15:57
Play 09 Ice Cream Soda Roger Melin
00:16:50
Play 10 A Discovery Roger Melin
00:16:31
Play 11 Loose Ends Roger Melin
00:15:00
Play 12 A Challenge Roger Melin
00:19:59
Play 13 No Alibi Roger Melin
00:15:51
Play 14 The Suit-Case Again Roger Melin
00:18:50
Play 15 A Talk With Hazel Gresham Roger Melin
00:17:53
Play 16 The Woman in the Taxi Roger Melin
00:19:08
Play 17 Barker Accuses Roger Melin
00:14:27
Play 18 "And Nothing But the Truth--" Roger Melin
00:19:03
Play 19 Labyrinth Roger Melin
00:17:43
Play 20 A Confession Roger Melin
00:20:46
Play 21 Carroll Decides Roger Melin
00:16:35
Play 22 The Problem is Solved Roger Melin
00:19:28