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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What major character does Will first notice while giving his speech?
(a) The kidnapper's wife Cheryl Lynn Tilly.
(b) A old-friend who he has not talked to in 5 years.
(c) The kidnapper's partner Huey Cotton.
(d) His daughter.
2. How long do the kidnappers typically keep their victims?
(a) 24 hours.
(b) 1 year.
(c) 1 week.
(d) 2 days.
3. Where does Karen hide the scalpel?
(a) In her pocket.
(b) In her backside.
(c) In her purse.
(d) In her undergarments.
4. Who turns out to be the kidnapper's third partner?
(a) Joe Hickey.
(b) Margaret McDill.
(c) Cheryl Lynn Tilly.
(d) Peter McDill.
5. How much money will Will convince his accountant to transfer?
Short Answer Questions
1. When Karen tends to Abby, what does she ask Abby to try to do?
2. How much time passes between Chapter 1 and Chapter 2?
3. As Will continues to track the cell phone president, what occurs?
4. When Abby returns to the cabin, where does she find the cellphone?
5. How does Will say goodbye to his daughter?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 7, why does Karen cooperate with Hickey's demands of having sex with him?
2. During Chapter 9, Dr. and Mrs. McDill talk with Special Agent Chalmers about what?
3. Why is Margaret McDill convinced that she and her son Peter will surely be murdered, in Chapter 1?
4. How does Will Jennings first meet Cheryl Lynn Tilly in Chapter 4?
5. What important information about Cheryl is revealed in Chapter 5 when Will tries to get Cheryl's gun?
6. In Chapter 5, what makes the decision for Dr. and Mrs. McDill to go to the FBI so difficult?
7. Why is Abby's running away from the cabin a mistake, in Chapter 8?
8. Describe how Huey Cotton is depicted in Chapter 1.
9. In Chapter 8, how does Karen take control over Hickey with the use of a scalpel?
10. Describe the drug Restorase that Will is presenting at the medical association meeting, as described in Chapter 4.
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