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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 8.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Libby Glass worked for Haycraft and McNiece. What does this firm do?
(a) It publishes investigative reports.
(b) It is Santa Teresa' most important law firm.
(c) It is a business management firm that represented Laurence Fife's firm.
(d) It investigates wrongful death cases.
2. While they were at Rosie's, what does Nikki tell Kinsey she is absolutely convinced of?
(a) That Laurence was stealing from his firm.
(b) That Laurence was having an affair before he died.
(c) That Laurence was going to kill Sharon Napier.
(d) That Kinsey was the best investigator in town.
3. While at Rosie's, Nikki tells Kinsey she knows the name Libby Glass. How does she know it?
(a) Nikki had met her at a party.
(b) Nikki went to school with Libby.
(c) Nikki's attorney mentioned it during her trial.
(d) Nikki snooped through Laurence's phone bills.
4. The police detective decided not to charge Nikki with Libby Glass' death. Why?
(a) Because there was no evidence to connect the two deaths.
(b) Because he didn't have enough manpower to investigate her death.
(c) Because he couldn't place her at the scene of the crime.
(d) Because he was lazy.
5. At their first meeting, what does Gwen give Kinsey permission to do?
(a) To look into Laurence's medical background.
(b) To read Gwen's diaries.
(c) To talk to Gwen's children.
(d) To look into Gwen's financial affairs.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Kinsey go to see the Santa Teresa detective in Chapter 2?
2. Which phrase best describes the Santa Teresa detective who is Kinsey's contact?
3. Where does Kinsey keep the information she records on her cases?
4. During Kinsey's first interview with her, how does Gwen describe herself in her role as Laurence's first wife?
5. Why is Rosie, the owner of Rosie's Bar, openly hostile to Nikki when she and Kinsey meet there for lunch?
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