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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. Where does Candy invite Spenser in Chapter 22?
(a) To a party.
(b) To the beach.
(c) To tour LA.
(d) To dinner.
2. Who does Candy tell Spenser she is going to have dinner with the night after her dinner with him?
(a) No one.
(b) Roger Hammond.
(c) Peter Brewster.
3. What does Spenser do at the end of Chapter 15?
(a) Plants a bug in Mickey Raffety's apartment.
(b) Teaches Candy how to use a gun.
(c) Visits Detective Samuelson without telling Candy.
(d) Arranges a meeting with a reporter.
4. What does the person who tells Candy to stop working on the corruption investigation offer Spenser at the same time?
(a) Tickets to a talk show.
(b) An extra week's pay.
(c) A long-term job with the station.
(d) His private jet for the trip home.
5. Who calls Candy to apologize for his behavior soon after she is taken off the corruption story?
(a) Peter Brewster.
(b) The news director.
(d) Roger Hammond.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Candy and Spenser argue about after Samuelson leaves?
2. What does the news crew do at Peter Brewster's office?
3. Who does Spenser lock in Peter Brewster's office?
4. What does Spenser promise Detective Samuelson?
5. Who is Rollie Simms?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the connection between Peter Brewster and Sam Felton?
2. What does Candy learn about the corruption investigation from Peter Brewster?
3. How do Candy and Spenser get into Sam Felton's house?
4. How does Spenser try to keep Candy safe from Peter Brewster?
5. Why does Candy refuse to let Spenser console her in Chapter 12?
6. What indications are there that Candy and Spenser are in danger at Sam Felton's house?
7. What leads Spenser to suspect that Sam Felton is behind the attacks on Candy?
8. Why do Candy and Spenser go to visit Sam Felton?
9. Does Detective Samuelson respect Spenser?
10. Which characters in the novel get what they deserve?
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