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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. The email recipient is told to do what about the communication?
(b) Save it.
(c) Block the user.
(d) Delete it.
2. What is the cause of death for this particular victim?
(b) Ricin poisoning.
(c) Blunt force trauma.
3. What does Jill promise in regard to her current situation?
(a) She will leave.
(b) She will call Boxer.
(c) She will file a police report.
(d) She will take self defense classes.
4. What information does Jill disclose to the other women at dinner?
(a) Plans to go away.
(b) DA's next move.
(c) Profile of killer.
5. How many women are interviewed with the hope they know Michelle?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who supplies the information?
2. Who at X/L finally relents?
3. What problem is there between Jill and the other person(s)?
4. The tip involves which of the following characters?
5. According to Lemouz the best kind of rally usually involves which of the following?
Short Essay Questions
1. Boxer decides that she needs help on the investigation. Who does Boxer call in to help? What is the first step?
2. Discuss Boxer's visit to Jill's office. What is Jill's mood? Why?
3. What is the setting used in the beginning of the book? What time frame is used?
4. What is Malcolm doing at the time? How does it affect Michelle?
5. What is ironic about Jill's situation with her husband?
6. What information does Boxer receive when she meets with the Berkley cops?
7. Chapter 37 begins with Cindy receiving an email at the newspaper. Who is the email from and what does it say?
8. In Chapter 42 Boxer meets a major player in the investigation. Who is it? What is the character's role?
9. What is the importance of the Lightowers' nanny at this point? Why is it important to locate her?
10. How does the reader get the impression that Boxer works far too many hours in her job?
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