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The Night in Question ❰Ebook❯ ➦ The Night in Question Author Nic Joseph – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Your ride is here When Paula picks up her last passenger of the night, all she sees is a few dollars to put toward her husband s medical bills That s before she recognizes the quiet stranger in her ba Your ride is here When Paula picks up her last passenger of the night, all she sees is a few dollars to put toward her husband s medical bills That s before The Night PDF/EPUB or she recognizes the quiet stranger in her back seat as a world famous musician and realizes the woman waiting at his destination is not his equally famous wife So, Paula does what any down on her luck woman would doShe asks for money in exchange for silenceBut when a woman is murdered in the same building days later, Paula discovers she is the only witness to the secret affair an affair that incriminates the musician Now, Paula s silence comes at a much dangerous price.

    The Night in Question Kindle ½ The Night PDF/EPUB or the secret affair an affair that incriminates the musician Now, Paula s silence comes at a much dangerous price."/>
  • Paperback
  • 312 pages
  • The Night in Question
  • Nic Joseph
  • English
  • 10 October 2017
  • 1492668001

About the Author: Nic Joseph

Nic Joseph is fascinated by the very good reasons that make people do very bad things She writes thrillers and suspense novels from her home in Chicago As a trained journalist, Nic The Night PDF/EPUB or has written about everything from health care and business to aerospace and IT She holds a bachelor s degree in journalism and a master s in communications, both from Northwestern University.



10 thoughts on “The Night in Question

  1. Sarah Sarah says:

    I enjoyed this oneentertaining and twisty It lacked the extra oomph to make it a 4 star read, but it was definitely a page turner Paula is a rideshare driver who sets out to blackmail a pop star who she gives a ride to, in order to get money to pay for a potentially life changing surgery for her injured husband After she inserts herself into the life of the woman he s having an affair with, she finds herself embroiled in a murder Now she s a suspect, but she can t tell police the whole tr I enjoyed this oneentertaining and twisty It lacked the extra oomph to make it a 4 star read, but it was definitely a page turner Paula is a rideshare driver who sets out to blackmail a pop star who she gives a ride to, in order to get money to pay for a potentially life changing surgery for her injured husband After she inserts herself into the life of the woman he s having an affair with, she finds herself embroiled in a murder Now she s a suspect, but she can t tell police the whole truth on account of the whole blackmail thing Nothing groundbreaking here, but a fun story to get lost in for a little while

  2. Amy Amy says:

    I really liked the basis for this one, the whole idea of can a person be inherently good if they make a series of bad decisions What if those choices are made for the greater good, does that give them a pass or maybe just some leeway It s interesting to say the least and besides these moral questions it s also super tense and told using a structure that I love.Both Paula and the detective investigating the murder narrate this with Paula supplying the bulk of the narrative It jumps from after I really liked the basis for this one, the whole idea of can a person be inherently good if they make a series of bad decisions What if those choices are made for the greater good, does that give them a pass or maybe just some leeway It s interesting to say the least and besides these moral questions it s also super tense and told using a structure that I love.Both Paula and the detective investigating the murder narrate this with Paula supplying the bulk of the narrative It jumps from after the night in question itself to before and then the actual night of but it was laid out very clearly and wasn t confusing for me at all I found it to be a true page turner, it was written very fluently and I was engaged and eager to find out how it would all end It reads like a slow burn to begin with but then the tension steadily increases the further you get and then by the ending things get really good and the intensity is through the roof I had my suspicions and while I was partly right the author did have some tricks up her sleeve At times I was reminded of a good old fashioned whodunnit with a modern twist so if you like that style check this one out.The Night In Question in three words Taut, Pacey and Engrossing

  3. KC KC says:

    Paula has to do something terrible although it is for all the right reasons, but after an acquaintance is murdered, she soon finds herself way in over her head With multiple suspects,unreliable than the next, Nic Joseph has masterfully spun a tale that will keep readers guessing up until its stunning conclusion For fans of B.A Paris and Fiona Barton.

  4. Ashley Ashley says:

    View full review at 5171 Miles Book Blog Many thanks to BookSparks for the chance to read and review this book The Night in Question by Nic Joseph is part of the BookSparks Fall Reading Challenge chosen by author Mary Kubica As soon as I read the synopsis for this book I couldn t wait to start reading It seemed like the perfect fast paced Thriller to get my blood pumping during those cold Fall evenings If you re interested to check out the complete line up for the Fall Reading Challenge clic View full review at 5171 Miles Book Blog Many thanks to BookSparks for the chance to read and review this book The Night in Question by Nic Joseph is part of the BookSparks Fall Reading Challenge chosen by author Mary Kubica As soon as I read the synopsis for this book I couldn t wait to start reading It seemed like the perfect fast paced Thriller to get my blood pumping during those cold Fall evenings If you re interested to check out the complete line up for the Fall Reading Challenge click here We re excited to have Katherine Heigl joining us as the celebrity ambassador highlighting these great reads.I didn t realize just how desperate I was for a great Thriller until I started reading this book and couldn t stop I have been in a bit of a slump lately, throwing in the towel with my last two reads before I had finished I decided it was time to change up genres and get lost in something less predictable I had a hard time choosing between When the Lights Go Out by Mary Kubica and What Have You Done by Matthew Farrell, twobooks listed in the Fall Reading Challenge, but this one stuck out to me as what I was needing to break the slump.This book felt ultramodern with the use of ride sharing as the plot point at the heart of the story It seems as if everyone these days is talking about their Uber experiences, which in some ways seems slightly scary, but also really inventive and cool This addition made for a new and unique storyline I haven t read before, but one I m sure we ll be seeing again I have to give major points to Nic Joseph for being a pioneer of using this idea for her book The Chicago setting was enjoyable too, as I was able to picture the city quite clearly in my mind as the main character, Paula, was driving around.My favorite aspect of The Night in Question was the main character s inexperience and unexpected involvement in the world of crime Instead of the same tired murder story with a psycho killer, we experience an everyday woman feeling the weight of the phrase desperate times call for desperate measures In many ways, this made the storyrelatable, allowing readers to put themselves in the main character s shoes, questioning if they, too, would make the choices Paula was lead to make.I also really enjoyed how this story was woven together It was well thought and left enough clues to keep readers wanting , without being overly predictable I had a few guesses about what could happen, but I did not see the ending coming whatsoever There were parts of the story that seemed slightly unrealistic and a few minor details I might have liked to haveinformation on, but overall, I was incredibly impressed with this story A solid 4 star read, which is basically five stars for a Thriller coming from me For some reason, I can only think of two thrillers I have ever given five stars I m apparently too picky or my years of reading Nancy Drew books made me a decent detective Regardless, I would recommend The Night in Question if you are looking for a unique, modern Thriller I would also like to check outbooks by the author, Nic Joseph, in the future, as her writing style was quite appealing to my tastes

  5. Audra (ouija.doodle.reads) Audra (ouija.doodle.reads) says:

    The plot of The Night in Question is tangled enough that attempting to give a solid synopsis will only result in unraveling it, so if you re intrigued at all by a cab driver who has information about a crime but doesn t exactly do the right thing with it, you might want to check this one out.This thriller plays on the reader s expectations, making you second guess who is the bad guy all throughout is it the famous man Paula dropped off Is it someone else in the apartment where she left him Is The plot of The Night in Question is tangled enough that attempting to give a solid synopsis will only result in unraveling it, so if you re intrigued at all by a cab driver who has information about a crime but doesn t exactly do the right thing with it, you might want to check this one out.This thriller plays on the reader s expectations, making you second guess who is the bad guy all throughout is it the famous man Paula dropped off Is it someone else in the apartment where she left him Is it Paula herself As the story develops, you find out you really can t trust anyone, which definitely keeps you reading.For me though, that s not really enough especially for a thriller It needs to be amazing, to go to the edge and then over it into territory I ve never explored with a book before I found this narrative pretty run of the mill as far as thriller fare goes.I found the alternating chapters from Detective Puhl s perspective that were tucked in between to be distracting This seems like a small detail, but I read through a bunch of other reviews, and the detective character isn t mentioned in one of them She is a partial narrator but not important enough to call out in the description of the book from the publisher or in reviews It seems strange that she would seem so insignificant, but her stereotypical characterization and lack of real action to move the plot forward made her forgettable The only reason the chapters from her perspective were in the book at all was to give the reader information that we couldn t have gotten from Paula s unreliable perspective, and it just felt like sloppy writing to me Maybe the book just should have been written from third person omniscient, instead What I did like were Paula s motivations throughout She is an interesting character because I could imagine being in her shoes and attempting to do the right thing, make the right decision, and then screwing it up and watching the stakes get higher and potentiallydeadly.The final twists and turns of the book were a bit confusing to me I felt that everything should have been apparent to Paula much sooner And of course, the narrative itself hides crucial information until it feels the need to share, which I find unfair as a reader How are we supposed to solve the mystery if we aren t given all the clues Isn t that the whole point of reading a thriller You want to put together all the pieces before the characters, figure out whodunnit and why If the narrative doesn t offer the opportunity to do that, I feel it is, at least in part, a failure.My thanks to Sourcebooks for sending me a copy of this one to read and review

  6. Cassie-Traveling Sister- Cassie-Traveling Sister- says:

    Paula works for a ride share as a second job trying to earn extra money for her husbands medical treatment He was in an accident and now is wheel chair bound One evening before she is about to clock out she receives an alert for a pick up by a person named Lotti When she gets there she realizes it s a Grammy Award winning pop singer Ryan Hooks and the woman he is meeting is not his wife When he gets out she realizes he left his phone behind Paula considers offering him his phone back if h Paula works for a ride share as a second job trying to earn extra money for her husbands medical treatment He was in an accident and now is wheel chair bound One evening before she is about to clock out she receives an alert for a pick up by a person named Lotti When she gets there she realizes it s a Grammy Award winning pop singer Ryan Hooks and the woman he is meeting is not his wife When he gets out she realizes he left his phone behind Paula considers offering him his phone back if he pays 180k , the amount she needs to pay for her husbands experimental surgery to help her husband walk again When a woman is found murdered in the apartment building where she dropped Ryan Hooks off at and her apartment is broken into , Paula is sure Ryan is behind it all Paula reports her suspicions to detective Claire Phul The book bounces from Phuls murder investigation and Paula s story from the time she picks up Ryan and after the murder happens The tone of this book isn t a dark one it s sometimes even a little funny, and Paula makes it a point to make it a point to let people know she isn t a bad person When she decides to insert herself into the lives of the Gold Coast apartments where she dropped Ryan off at to figure out who he was meeting it seemed reckless to me It seemed like everyone has their own agenda minus detective Phuls It wasn t a heavy read and there were some thrills all and all I give three stars

  7. Crystal Hiatt Crystal Hiatt says:

    If you do something bad but for a good reason, doesn t that make you a bad person That s the question at the forefront of this novel Paula blackmails someone out of desperation to help her husband rather than out of greed But does that make her actionsjustifiable Is Paula a good person I think that s what the author wants the reader to reflect on the most in this Throughout the novel, Paula continuously tells herself that she s a good person despite her actions Her need to constantl If you do something bad but for a good reason, doesn t that make you a bad person That s the question at the forefront of this novel Paula blackmails someone out of desperation to help her husband rather than out of greed But does that make her actionsjustifiable Is Paula a good person I think that s what the author wants the reader to reflect on the most in this Throughout the novel, Paula continuously tells herself that she s a good person despite her actions Her need to constantly reinforce this to herself tells me all I need to know about Paula This is a very interesting read with a unique plot Was it perfect No, but it was a satisfying read

  8. Morelia (Strandedinbooks) Morelia (Strandedinbooks) says:

    This one really had a good hold on mebut then But then deep sighs

  9. Brei Brei says:

    I received a copy of The Night in Question from Sourcebooks in exchange for an honest review I was really excited to receive The Night in Question because it had a very different premise than most of the thrillers I have been reading It started off with a bang but I felt like the ending was a little rushed and parts were wrapped up a little too easily Paula liked to call herself a good person but she basically stalked Emma In real life who does that I guess I keep comparing this book to rea I received a copy of The Night in Question from Sourcebooks in exchange for an honest review I was really excited to receive The Night in Question because it had a very different premise than most of the thrillers I have been reading It started off with a bang but I felt like the ending was a little rushed and parts were wrapped up a little too easily Paula liked to call herself a good person but she basically stalked Emma In real life who does that I guess I keep comparing this book to real life and it just doesn t match up Everything was tied up with a nice little bow and it was too convenient I guess I felt like Nic Joseph could have stepped up the game a little bit with this thriller It had a great premise

  10. Shaheda Shaheda says:

    The author had a good story line and a good plot going but the execution was not done well enough, I feel The ending felt that it was just thrown together and I m still not able to get over the whole back entrance confusion Also there were lots of errors in the book and that was distracting I d definitely read another one of her books but she should really get another editor.

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