Octavus Roy Cohen (1891-1959) was an American author, who was
educated at Clemson University. He spent several years working for
different newspapers. His popular stories in the Saturday Evening
Post were often about the adventures of southern Negroes. He
published 56 books, works that included humorous and detective
novels, plays, and collections of short stories. Cohen also wrote
for Broadway, radio and television. Midnight was written in 1922.
It is a mystery featuring the energetic sleuth David Carroll. A man
was murdered near a train station. Who was he and where was he
going and most of all why was he now lying dead near the terminal?
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