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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Karen is able to talk to who while Will continues to talk to the cell phone provider?
2. Who is the only outside character who knows where Abby truly is during the kidnapping?
3. Which character receives the phone call and permission to release the child?
4. How many mothers did Karen find out that Hickey has raped?
5. What food item is the kidnapper's partner instructed to feed Abby?
Short Essay Questions
1. What danger comes about for Abby when the McDill's go to the FBI about their son's kidnapping in Chapter 9?
2. Describe Cheryl's past, as depicted in Chapter 6.
3. In Chapter 8, how does Karen take control over Hickey with the use of a scalpel?
4. Explain the events of Hickey's kidnapping of Abby in Chapter 2.
5. During Chapter 9, Dr. and Mrs. McDill talk with Special Agent Chalmers about what?
6. Describe how Huey Cotton is depicted in Chapter 1.
7. Explain the relationship between Will and Karen Jennings, as described in Chapter 2.
8. What important information about Cheryl is revealed in Chapter 5 when Will tries to get Cheryl's gun?
9. In Chapter 5, Karen is able to speak to Abby and give her advice on how to get away from Huey. What actions does Karen tell to Abby to take?
10. Describe how Abby's health makes the kidnapping different from the others, as described in Chapter 4.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Explain exactly what Joe Hickey does to each of the mothers of the kidnapped children. Explain how these actions affected both Margaret McDill and Karen Jennings.
Essay Topic 2
Explain how Chery Lynn Tilly and Huey Cotton are connected to Joe Hickey. Also, describe how Hickey influenced Cheryl's past career decisions.
Essay Topic 3
Describe how Abby Jennings's medical condition has a major impact on the development of the story. Give specific examples of her disease disrupting the flow of Hickey's plan.
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