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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 is the name of Boxer's friend working at home when she learns of the problem?
2. The email recipient is told to do what about the communication?
(b) Block the user.
(c) Delete it.
(d) Save it.
3. What is the setting for the opening of the novel?
(a) A park.
(b) Police station.
4. Boxer receives what in relation to the professor at Berkley?
(a) Email address.
(b) Office location.
(c) Phone number.
(d) Home address.
5. Which person or group disagrees with Lindsay about the connection to the murders in San Francisco?
(a) Medical Examiner.
(c) Forensic team.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which victim is currently being examined?
2. Who summons Boxer to come to the morgue?
3. The killers claim that the killings are connected to which event?
4. How many women are interviewed with the hope they know Michelle?
5. What happened to Boxer's previous boyfriend?
Short Essay Questions
1. Cindy makes a discovery at Berkley regarding a suspicious character. Who is it? What does Boxer think of the man?
2. Who observes the explosion from afar? What is the person's interest in the disaster? Why is the person pleased?
3. Boxer decides that she needs help on the investigation. Who does Boxer call in to help? What is the first step?
4. What information does Boxer receive when she meets with the Berkley cops?
5. Chapter 37 begins with Cindy receiving an email at the newspaper. Who is the email from and what does it say?
6. What is Malcolm doing at the time? How does it affect Michelle?
7. How does Boxer respond when the townhouse she is admiring explodes?
8. What is the setting used in the beginning of the book? What time frame is used?
9. When Boxer analyzes the scene, what is her conclusion about the murder?
10. Discuss the introduction of Claire. What is her relationship to Boxer?
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