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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does she assure Leopold of?
2. While staying at Graciela's house, how does Terry begin to feel?
3. What is going to happen to Terry's car?
4. What finally forces Terry off of Gloria's case?
5. How do they identify the Code Killer?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Terry looking forward to this weekend (In Chapter 22)?
2. Why does Jaye think that Terry should turn himself in?
3. After seeing Tony, where do Terry and Buddy go?
4. Why does Terry refuse to let Graciela take him back home?
5. How does Terry figure out who the killer is?
6. Why is Dr. Fox angry when she sees Graciela and Terry?
7. Why is Terry so relucyant to turn himself into the FBI even though he knows he is innocent?
8. If anything happens to Terry, what does he want Graciela to do?
9. How do Graciela and Terry make Dr. Fox understand that they need more information regarding the blood bank.
10. As Terry waits for more information on the case and a phone call from Jaye, how does he begin to feel?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Analyze Graciela's character?
What is the driving force of this powerful woman and how does she use her grief to help her through a difficult time?
How do Graciela and Gloria seem to be similar?
Essay Topic 2
When Terry discovers that Gloria, Cordell, and Kenyon were are killed to give him a heart donor, he feels extreme guilt.
Examine Terry's reaction to this guilt and discuss how he chooses to make amends for "taking lives," when it was not actually his fault they were killed.
Essay Topic 3
Discuss the different settings that appear throughout the novel.
How do the different settings inform the plot and dictate how quickly the plot moves and the style of Connelly's writing.
In mystery novels, is the setting usually important? How does it help the reader understand the mystery?
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