Just queried and got a rejection in four minutes. With all the agents who never bother to respond at all, that's the next best thing to a request for material.
Hmmm..... how did she get time to read any of it? Sounds odd.
Unless of course you were being sarky! LOL!
If the query letter ran two pages, maybe that's what put her off. She might be looking for snappy, succinct and sell-it-to-me in two paragraphs or less.
I think most queries are a page (or less) in length.
But getting back to the one-minute rejection - I'm certain that Alice is a very sweet lady, but there is really no way that she (or her surrogate) managed to even begin to understand the basis of my novel in that short time. Ah, well... I suppose I should pen that teen-werewolf-vampire-wizard-romance-murder-mystery-with-a-twist if I'm serious about getting published. Not serious about literature, mind you - serious about getting published.
But she doesn't need to understand the basis of your novel in one minute. She just has to understand whether or not it's for her. I've done slush pile reading where I knew within the first sentence of a short story that it wasn't going to work for me, even though I usually give it a page or two; I have absolutely no trouble believing that a glance at the first few sentences of a query could tell an agent the same.