Midnight


Read by Roger Melin

(4.4 stars; 170 reviews)

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) (6 hr 19 min)

Chapters

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

Reviews


(3 stars)

A so so story read fairly well by Roger Moline. This is one of Moline's better recordings!! There is more expression in his voice and less sing song. But he does yell the dialogue. His voice has such great timbre. I wish I enjoyed it more. I appreciate the hard work and time put in though. The story itself is very dated and unsurprising. But I'm running out of free mysteries!!!!

great old stories from a time long gone


(5 stars)

Another absolutely excellent job by the unparalleled RM.

awesome


(4 stars)

good but I wish the cab driver was more involved in the end. at least tell us he went home to his warm home.

Good whodunnit


(4 stars)

Extraordinary idea that rich equals good & innocent/pardonable & how detectives will protect them. Did I miss it or is the lowly but honest cab driver still in custoofy? Still, apart from the tedious but useful Evelyn, a likeable bunch of characters. Well read.

It was OK


(4 stars)

The story was OK , not sitting on the edge of your seat kind of suspense and even to I love Roger Melin as narrator, I don't think he did as good a job on this one

not very suspenseful but


(3.5 stars)

a good listen . Especially since the reader Mr Melin has blossomed, dropping the sing-songey style of earlier readings. Great voice! so now Im looking forward to his future readings.

A how did it.


(5 stars)

Another new favourite reader. An intriguing how did they do it even if by the end you're left a bit confused as to who did it.

great!!!


(5 stars)

So glad that one of my favorite readers led me to this author. Highly recommended. Enjoyable plot, well developed characters, and well read. Thank you