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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 is ironic about the Foltrigg's plan to question Mark in juvenile court?

2. Who tells Clint that he is a reporter who wants to talk with Reggie?

3. What ultimate prank does Mark pull on a Memphis police officer while in jail?

4. Who decides that Mark should not tell the pertinent information in Judge Harry's court?

5. How do FBI agents know that Mark was in Romey's car on the day of his death?

Short Essay Questions

1. What makes the investigating officer suspicious of Mark's story at the scene of Romey's death?

2. Discuss Mrs. Sway's concern about the witness protection program.

3. Describe the only real-life experience that Mark has had with lawyers until now.

4. Why does Reggie object to the juvenile hearing and why doesn't she ask for a continuance?

5. How does Mark dodge the important question during his hearing, and what is the result?

6. How does Mark make the detention center attendant feel sorry for him when he returns to his cell following his juvenile hearing? What does he get out of the pity?

7. How does the mafia threaten Mark face-to-face?

8. Foltrigg is naturally upset not to get the desired results from Mark's juvenile court hearing. Why does he regain excitement quickly?

9. Why is the media coverage of Romey's funeral unexpected, and why does it occur?

10. Discuss what the FBI learns through their salt and pepper shaker bugs.

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Discuss the genre of The Client and the sub-genre category under which the novel falls. Is there another genre the novel might also be classified as? Support your answers.

Essay Topic 2

Discuss the point of view from which The Client is written. Does this point of view make the story more or less believable? Select a different point of view and explain how The Client would have changed if written from it.

Essay Topic 3

What aspects and experiences of the author's own life might be drawn upon for inspiration in The Client? Explain your answers, giving an overview of the author's life.

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