1. What is the point of view of this novel?
(a) First person.
(b) Third person omniscient.
(c) Third person limited.
(d) Second person.
2. Who is Colonel Harris?
(a) The husband of Lettice Wood.
(b) A wealthy gentleman who is murdered.
(c) A poor veteran of World War I.
(d) A supervisor at Scotland Yard.
3. Who is Ian Rutledge?
(a) Inspector for Scotland Yard.
(b) German soldier.
(c) Murder victim.
(d) Supervisor for Scotland Yard.
4. How is the murder victim in this novel killed?
(a) With a poison.
(b) With a knife.
(c) With a shotgun blast to the face.
(d) With a gunshot to the breast.
5. What emotion is uppermost in the murder victim's mind when he realizes he is dying?
6. What has Bowles received that causes him some pleasure when it comes to dealing with Rutledge?
(a) A letter describing Rutledge's incompentency as an inspector.
(b) A letter discussing Rutledge's promotion at Scotland Yard.
(c) A letter describing Rutledge's mental instability after the war.
(d) A letter discussing Rutledge's resignation from Scotland Yard.
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