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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. 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) Richard Hammond.
(d) Mickey Rafferty.
2. What is true of Candy when Spenser first sees her in Chapter 3?
(a) She is giving orders to others.
(b) She is yelling at her brother.
(c) She is wearing a red suit.
(d) Her face is bruised.
3. What is Roger Hammond's job?
(a) He is the CEO of Hammond Enterprises.
(b) He is the owner of a newspaper and a television station.
(c) He is the head of Summit Studios.
(d) He is the producer of Investigation Now!
4. What does Spenser show Candy in the beginning of Chapter 8?
(a) A self-defense manuever.
(b) A picture of Susan.
(c) A short cut.
(d) How to use a gun.
5. What does Mickey tell Spenser in Chapter 3?
(a) That he suspects Candy's boss.
(b) That the mob is very active in Los Angeles.
(c) That the Sunrise Cafe is very private.
(d) That he is isn't doing his job.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who drives the car on the way back from the meeting with Roger Hammond?
2. What does Roger Hammond accuse Candy of after she shares her suspicions?
3. Who is Mickey Rafferty?
4. Who does Spenser find waiting near Candy's car in Chapter 7?
5. How does Spenser dress in Chapter 3?
Short Essay Questions
1. Is Candy's ambition a positive trait?
2. Is Candy concerned about other people?
3. How does Spenser first hear about Candy Sloan?
4. Is Spenser a sympathetic person?
5. How is Mickey's hostility toward Spenser resolved?
6. Why does Spenser avoid the police sirens coming around the corner at the end of Chapter 7?
7. What is the tone of Spenser's first conversation with Candy Sloan?
8. How does their one night stand affect the working relationship between Candy and Spenser?
9. Describe Spenser's personality.
10. Is Mickey reliable?
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