Book Reviews of Seven Minutes to Noon

Seven Minutes to Noon
Seven Minutes to Noon
Author: Kate Pepper
ISBN-13: 9780451215796
ISBN-10: 0451215796
Publication Date: 5/3/2005
Pages: 320
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 50 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
This story was interesting enough to make me want to keep reading, but, as other reviewers mentioned, the idea that the police would share so much information with and then use a pregnant woman in their investigation were two parts of this story that were unrealistic. The story had good bones but lacked the believable details I've come to expect from Kate Pepper. The ending was nothing spectacular. Overall, I believe the book is worth reading, but I would have been disappointed had I bought this book new.
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Helpful Score: 2
Gripping story; great suspense. As good as her first one. Some of the plot was a little unbelievable,,hard to believe that the police would share so much information with a civilian, and even harder to believe that they would use a 6 month pregant woman with a wire to confront a possible suspect!! But sort of just suspend disbelief and go along for the ride. Await her next one eagerly.
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Helpful Score: 2
Alice Halpern is supposed to meet her best friend at the playground where they always play with there children, but when pregnant Lauren doesn't show up the story begins to unravel. You'll never believe what happened to Lauren and who the guilty party is. This is the first Kate Pepper book I have read and I really liked it. It was very hard to put down, edge of your seat until the end.
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Helpful Score: 1
Interesting story, good characters.
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Very good book, I was pleasantly surprised.
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Helpful Score: 1
Pregnant women are disappearing in a Brooklyn neighborhood. Is it coincidental that they were also facing eviction from their apartments?

A really good and heart-stopping mystery. The ending left something to be desired, but it was a satisfying read nonetheless.
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Good mystery that had promise, but I didn't care for the ending. Others love the twist though!
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It was pretty good.
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GREAT BOOK,COULDN'T PUT IT DOWN TILL I FINISHED IT!!
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I like how this author handles tough topics....and this is a really tough topic.
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fast read
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good suspense book, very unbelieving ending, I would of thought that another person or character would be the killer, even he was the accomplice to the murder, it was hard to beleive he done it
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This book is so great as is anything Kate Pepper writes!
Don't miss Five Days in Summer which I also have listed!
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On a day that seems perfectly ordinary, Alice Halpern waits for her best friend at the playground where they always meet with their children in their comfortable Brooklyn neighborhood. But when Lauren doesn't come, and then fails to pick her son up from school, a normal day turns into a nightmare-and Alice begins to realize that nothing will ever be ordinary again. The police desperately search for Lauren, who is nearly nine months pregnant. Alice, herself pregnant, realizes she's being followed and has the creeping fear that she and her unborn twins are in danger. As the investigation intensifies, Alice is shocked as her familiar world begins to unravel. And as new life grows within her, she must fight to save her family--and herself...
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A Grisly Crime...

On a day that seems perfectly ordinary, Alice Halpern waits for her best friend at the playground where they always meet with their children in their comfortable Brooklyn neighborhood. But when Lauren doesn't come, and then fails to pick her son up from school, a normal day turns into a nightmare-and Alice begins to realize that nothing will ever be ordinary again.

A Growing Fear...

The police desperately search for Lauren, who is nearly nine months pregnant . Alice, herself pregnant, realizes she's being followed and has the creeping fear that she and her unborn twins are in danger. As the investigation intensifies, Alice is shocked as her familiar world begins to unravel. And as new life grows within her, she must fight to save her family-and herself...
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