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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 Linda do when Myron suggests calling in the FBI?
(a) Agrees with Myron.
(b) Says she has already called them.
(c) Fires Myron.
(d) Says she wants to think about it.
2. Which of the following is NOT true about the pickup truck Crusty was driving?
(a) The license plates are expired.
(b) The license plates are probably expired.
(c) There were no license plates.
(d) There is no information on the plates.
3. In what country did Lloyd Rennart kill himself?
4. Who is Matt Squires?
(a) Jack's caddy.
(b) Linda's tennis coach.
(c) Myron's nephew.
(d) Chad's friend.
5. What does Myron speculate could be a reason for the kidnapping?
(a) To stop Jack from winning the U.S. Open.
(b) To get back at Chad for being a bully.
(c) To hurt Linda for having an affair.
(d) To gain publicity for their organization.
Short Answer Questions
1. What topic does Jack talk to Myron about?
2. What is the name of Win's financial services business?
3. What is the name of the dead end road where Myron finds himself?
4. Which of the following is NOT included in the girls' description of the man at the mall phone booth?
5. Where was the kidnapper's call traced to?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Linda Coldren tell Myron that they need his help?
2. Summarize the plot of BACK SPIN.
3. What nicknames does Myron come up with for the neo-Nazi and his cohorts?
4. What is Jack's history with the U.S. Open Tournament?
5. Describe the circumstances of the next ransom call.
6. How does Myron finally get the information he wants about Chad being at the motel?
7. What does Myron do to get Stuart Lipwitz to talk to him about whether Chad has stayed at the motel?
8. Who is Tad Crispin?
9. Explain how Myron goes about his investigation.
10. How does Myron first get involved with Jack and Linda Coldren?
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