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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. Who wrote "Cruel and Unusual"?
(a) Patricia Higginson.
(b) J. K. Rowling.
(c) Patricia Cornwell.
2. Why does Scarpetta decide to stop at Susan's house on her way to a party?
(a) Scarpetta is taking homemade chicken soup to Susan.
(b) Scarpetta to drop off Susan's belongings from the lab.
(c) Scarpetta wants to give Susan a gift.
(d) Scarpetta wants to tell her Susan is fired.
3. What request is in the envelope that is found with Waddell?
(a) For Scarpetta to open the envelope privately.
(b) To send it to Waddell's mother.
(c) To bury the envelope with Waddell.
(d) To send it to Waddell's girlfriend.
4. What does Scarpetta notice immediately about Waddell's body?
(a) He is still alive.
(b) Someone has broken his legs.
(c) He has a beard.
(d) It is very bloody.
5. How old is Eddie Health?
Short Answer Questions
1. What image is Vander able to get off of the blank piece of paper found at Jennifer's house?
2. Whose fingerprint has been found in the dining room of Jennifer Deighton's house?
3. Where is Jennifer's body found?
4. Where was Eddie Heath's body found?
5. What has happened to the fingerprints taken from Waddell during his autopsy?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Scarpetta's personal life.
2. What does Scarpetta think of Heath's wounds?
3. How are Scarpetta and Jennifer Deighton connected?
4. What evidence points to murder instead of suicide at the scene where Jennifer's body is found?
5. Why does Jennifer's neighbor not like her?
6. What does Scarpetta learn from the prison guard about Waddell's final hours?
7. What does Trace find out about the residue on Heath's wrists?
8. Who is Nicholas Grueman?
9. What does Lucy think is going on with Waddell's fingerprints supposedly being found at Jennifer's death scene?
10. What conclusion do Marino and Scarpetta come to regarding Jennifer's death?
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