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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. How do they identify the Code Killer?
(a) From saliva.
(b) Some DNA.
(c) From a hair sample.
(d) A fingerprint.
2. How many fish does Raymond catch?
(a) 1 fish.
(b) 3 fish.
(c) 6 fish.
(d) 5 fish.
3. It does not seem like going to see Clint Neff was a good idea until _________.
(a) All the victims hates chocolate.
(b) They discover that the victims all shared a rare blood type.
(c) They all had brown hair.
(d) All the victims accidentally killed someone.
4. When Terry and Graciela visit Dr. Fox's office, how does Dr. Fox react?
(a) Very happily.
(b) In a hostile manner.
(c) Angry because she is attracted to Terry.
(d) Not concerned because he is no longer her client.
5. At this point in the book, how much of the case does Terry have figured out?
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Terry think this is a bad idea?
2. When Jaye calls Terry the next day, why does she chastise him?
3. What did the FBI find on Terry's boat?
4. What surprises Terry about Graciela's actions the next morning?
5. While staying at Graciela's house, how does Terry begin to feel?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Terry learns the truth about the killer, how does he feel?
2. When Terry goes back to Video GraFX to see Tony, what does he sadly admit to Tony and what is Tony's reaction?
3. When Terry gets an apology from Arrango, how does he feel?
4. How does Terry figure out who the killer is?
5. After researching Kenyon's file, Terry decides to call Jaye with what information?
6. Why does Jaye think that Terry should turn himself in?
7. Why does Buddy think that it is a bad idea for Terry to come home?
8. If anything happens to Terry, what does he want Graciela to do?
9. What do Steve Kang and Terry come to the same conclusion about?
10. After looking at the Kenyon files, what does Terry discover?
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