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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Afterword and Q&A with the Author.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Frank actually doing when FBI agent O'Riley shows up at the Boston jail to pick him up?
(a) He is 500 miles away.
(b) He is at the airport stealing the money from the bank's night depository.
(c) He is on a plane to Paris.
(d) He is hiding in the apartment of a girlfriend.
2. Why does Frank pretend to be a representative of Carib Air?
(a) To get a sample I.D. card made.
(b) To get a pilot's license made.
(c) To deadhead on a flight.
(d) To get a pilot's uniform.
3. Why does it help Frank to have Pan Am checks with Pan Am's bank account number printed on them?
(a) The bank account number makes the checks look more real.
(b) When banks call to verify the amounts, Pan Am's bank confirms that there is enough money to pay the check.
(c) Banks check the account numbers against a list of account numbers that they have.
(d) Bank tellers get suspicious if they see a number that is not the real account number.
4. Why does Frank enjoy attending a Methodist church?
(a) He has the chance to work with kids as a volunteer.
(b) He is genuinely interested in becoming a Methodist.
(c) He knows that many of his clients are Methodists.
(d) He hopes to meet women at church.
5. Which of the following is an example of Frank's "code of honor"?
(a) He refuses to send any more business to Papa Lavalier.
(b) He never steals money from the interns.
(c) He refuses to sleep with any of the interns.
(d) He insists on cashing the interns' checks himself.
Short Answer Questions
1. What incident scares Frank into thinking about resigning?
2. Why doesn't Frank call his parents when he returns to New York?
3. What bonus does Frank get from a Pan Am stewardess on vacation in Mexico?
4. How does Frank get the money from the night depository out of the airport?
5. Why does Frank's plan work?
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