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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 does Spenser notice as he and Candy are leaving Summit Studios?
(a) They are being followed.
(b) Richard Hammond is arguing with his secretary.
(c) There is a camera in their vehicle.
(d) His cell phone is missing.
2. Who does Spenser find waiting near Candy's car in Chapter 7?
(a) Roger Hammond.
(b) Sam Felton.
(c) Mickey Rafferty.
(d) A strange man.
3. Who calls Spenser after his shower in Chapter 3?
(a) An unnamed man.
(b) Candy Sloan.
(c) Allan Pinkerton.
(d) His girlfriend.
4. Who do Candy and Spenser go to see after leaving the Farmer's Market?
(a) A doctor.
(b) Sam Felton.
(c) An agent.
(d) An attorney.
5. 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.
(b) Richard Hammond.
(d) Mickey Rafferty.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the person who calls Spenser in Chapter 3 tell him?
2. Who threatens to complain to Candy's boss after she says she has a witness to a bribe payoff?
3. Who walks Spenser and Candy to their car when they leave Summit Studios?
4. Where do Spenser and Candy share drinks after their meeting with Roger Hammond?
5. What is Roger Hammond's job?
Short Essay Questions
1. What kind of person is Candy?
2. Describe Spenser's feelings about Los Angeles.
3. Is Candy's ambition a positive trait?
4. Why does Candy Sloan need a bodyguard?
5. How does their one night stand affect the working relationship between Candy and Spenser?
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. Describe Richard Hammond's reaction to Candy's allegations of corruption.
9. Is Candy concerned about other people?
10. How is Mickey involved in Candy's investigation?
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