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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 is the manager of the sleazy motel that Myron investigates?
(a) Stanley Kowalski.
(b) Stuart Lipwitz.
(c) Stuart Lebowski.
(d) Sid Moritz.
2. In what city is Myron Bolitar when BACK SPIN begins?
(d) San Diego.
3. Who does Win say may be joining them for dinner?
(a) Ted Critter.
(b) Tad Crispin.
(c) Tad Christian.
(d) Thad Crispin.
4. What does Linda reveal is the state of her relationship with Jack?
(a) It is unbreakable.
(b) It is nonexistent.
(c) It is warm.
(d) It is distant.
5. Who tells Myron to leave the motel premises?
(a) Stuart Lipwitz.
(b) A motel customer.
(c) A large, muscled black man.
(d) The motel owner.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following is NOT included in the girls' description of the man at the mall phone booth?
2. In what country did Lloyd Rennart kill himself?
3. Where did the kidnappers call Jack?
4. Where do Myron and Win stay temporarily?
5. What does Win do that bothers Myron?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Myron's relationship with Linda and how is it complicated by his being away from Jessica?
2. How does Myron finally get the information he wants about Chad being at the motel?
3. Explain some of the activity that occurs as Myron watches the Coldrens' house.
4. How does Jack respond the Myron's assertion that the motive for Chad's kidnapping could be to prevent Jack from winning the tournament?
5. How does Myron first get involved with Jack and Linda Coldren?
6. What does Myron find out about the Squires family from Sheriff Courter in New Jersey?
7. What information is Myron able to find about the neo-Nazis who beat him up?
8. What information are the girls at the mall able to give Myron about the man who made a call from the phone booth?
9. Why does Linda Coldren tell Myron that they need his help?
10. How does the author show that Myron is afraid of commitment, both personally and professionally?
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