Eleven Hours [Paullina Simons] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. After being abducted from a shopping mall in Dallas, young and very. Eleven Hours Book Description: Didi Wood is nine months pregnant, doing some last-minute shopping before the baby is born. Stepping out. Rights Sales: “Eleven Hours,” an Alternate Selection of the Literary Guild, the Women’s Suspense Fiction: With her third thrilling novel, Paullina Simons has.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. This held my interest to the end, but I wasn’t able to really invest in the characters.
Book Review: Eleven Hours by Paullina Simons
The pacing was electric with the book almost impossible to put down. I read this book in one day. Then with the police finally involved, plus the FBI as well, Rich was desperate. As the road chase continues, news bulletins about Didi’s abduction prompt Lyle into homicidal fury.
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Just in general, the writing is not stellar. The book is only about pages long but seemed twice that. Meanwhile, her anguished husband Rich is on the trail with an FBI agent who may or may not be as pauolina as he says he is at rescuing hostages. I do think I will read another one by her, though.
However as time go “eleven hours” by Paulina Simmons was indeed a page turner. I have another of hers coming up on my TBR shelf but I may not bother Didi wanted to speak but found she was made speechless by her heart ramming itself against her chest.
Dec 09, Clare Evans rated it it was amazing. To ask other eleveh questions about Eleven Hoursplease sign up. It was all so vivid. Thus going against conventional protocal the book takes us a ride on the Eleven Hours of these people. Rich did everything and anything he could to get the officers to help him look for his kidnapped wife. She didn’t need to elevrn around. It’s got Hollywood all over it, with the simplistic setups and the talky philosophical debates.
So, that’s how Didi got kidnapped, then, we learn how unstable and repugnant Lyle Luft is.
Flamingo- Kidnapping – pages. It was the manin the jacket.
Eleven Hours Paullina Simons No preview available – ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. This review and others are also published on my blog sandysbookaday. The man stretched his lips sideways, exposing his teeth. The husband being so involved in the search for Didi was just not realistic.
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She felt slightly nauseated. Six Days in Leningrad. I’m not inspired to go out and read more of this author. Very disappointing, especially considering that the author also wrote “The Bronze Horseman”, which I quite enjoyed.
I am becoming quite the Paullina Simons fan of late! Paullina Simons wastes no time getting to the point. Continuing to hone her style, Simons follows the logorrheic Tully and the pensive Red Leaves with a sparely written, blatantly ekeven page-turner. Gripping from page 1 to the last.
Sep 12, Abel Shibin rated it did not like it. Claire’s Reads and Reviews Books, books and more books. What could she do!
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Not terrible, readable, but she’s capable of so much more. I don’t know exactly why but I keep reading other novels by Paullina Simons looking for the same feeling “The Bronze Horseman” trilogy left me, which I devoured in no time and they are not short books at all!
They took off on the highway at a really fast speed. Where the love of a good cup of coffee is beaten only by the love of a good book This is my first by author Paullina Simons, and it will definitely not be my last!
Wow…this got my heart racing. They stopped so Lyle could get gas and get Didi something to drink. Overall, this was a very good book that kept me reading late into the night. From Publishers Weekly Continuing to hone her style, Simons follows the logorrheic Tully and the pensive Red Leaves with a sparely written, blatantly shocking page-turner.