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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. In Chapter 7, who tells Candy that he thinks Roger Hammond is lying?
(b) Mike Wallace.
(d) Steve Butler.
2. What does Spenser tell Candy to do as they are leaving Summit Studios?
(a) Take a few odd turns.
(b) Wait in the car while he runs back inside.
(c) Act naturally.
(d) Call Hammond's office.
3. Who is Sam Felton?
(a) A security guard at Summit Studios.
(b) A movie producer at Summit Studios.
(c) A night guard for Summit Studios.
(d) An actor for Summit Studios.
4. Who does Spenser intend to tell about his and Candy's late night activity the night before they visit the Oceania offices?
(a) Detective Odell.
(c) Mickey Rafferty.
(d) Richard Hammond.
5. Where does Candy go to meet the person who called her on the day that Spenser arrived in town?
(a) A cafe.
(b) The parking lot of Wal-mart.
(c) The zoo parking lot.
(d) The airport.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Spenser tell Candy to do when he calls her at the end of Chapter 7?
2. What does Mickey tell Spenser in Chapter 3?
3. How does Roger Hammond react when Candy shares her corruption suspicions?
4. What causes Spenser to speak rudely to Peter Brewster?
5. How does Spenser dress in Chapter 3?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Candy feel about Spenser aiding her with the investigation?
2. Describe Candy's conversation with Peter Brewster.
3. How is Mickey involved in Candy's investigation?
4. What is the tone of Spenser's first conversation with Candy Sloan?
5. How are Candy's fears of sexism confirmed during her visit to Richard Hammond?
6. How does Spenser first hear about Candy Sloan?
7. Describe the relationship between Richard Hammond and the mob.
8. Is Spenser a sympathetic person?
9. What is revealed about Spenser by the way he deals with the man who follows Candy in Chapter 7?
10. Describe Spenser's feelings about Los Angeles.
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