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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 is significant about the location where Jack was shot?
(a) It implicates him in Chad's kidnapping.
(b) It is sexually related.
(c) It is where he lost his lead in the U.S. Open 23 years ago.
(d) It is a very personal crime.
2. How much money does Esperanza give the bartender for information about Tito?
3. Why is Chad taken to the doctor?
(a) He has a fever.
(b) He is in shock.
(c) He has a broken arm.
(d) He has abdominal pain.
4. Why is Cissy adamant about seeing Win now?
(a) She wants to amend her will.
(b) She wants to tell him about her new husband.
(c) She is dying from cancer and wants to make peace.
(d) She is moving to Europe?
5. Who is a suspect in Jack's murder?
Short Answer Questions
1. Myron names two of Tito's friends "Escape" and ____________.
2. Which of the following does NOT describe Esme?
3. What is Lloyd Rennart's widow's profession?
4. What is Myron curious about regarding Lloyd?
5. What does Esme claim Chad was doing the last time she saw him?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Esme react when Myron confronts her about being involved with Chad?
2. What does Linda tell Myron about what happened last night on the night of Jack's murder?
3. What is the only situation in the book where the author changes point of view from Myron to another character?
4. Explain Esperanza's theory of the kidnapping.
5. What information does Myron ask Esperanza to find regarding Lloyd Rennart?
6. What information does Matt give Myron about Chad's affair and his own activities related to the kidnapping?
7. Where is Myron looking when he realizes that he has solved the crime?
8. How does the author portray teenagers in the book?
9. What does Francine tell Myron about Lloyd after Myron reveals who he really is?
10. What surprising information does Linda reveal about being Chad's mother.
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