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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. Which of the following will NOT occur if Allison tries to leave St. Marks?
(a) She will be hanged immediately.
(b) She will be considered guilty.
(c) Her yacht will be confiscated.
(d) She will be granted a new trial.
2. Who is not mentioned in Paul's will?
3. Where does Hilary Kramer interview Allison?
(a) The bar.
(b) A hotel suite.
(c) Her yacht.
(d) A yacht club.
4. What does Hilary Kramer believe about Allison?
(a) She is being framed.
(b) She is insane.
(c) She is a sociopath.
(d) She is innocent.
5. What was Stone's former profession?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the attorney who will represent Allison?
2. What event does Stone and Allison attend in Chapter 5?
3. Who is the investigator who Stone calls to come to the islands and investigate the case?
4. Where did the woman in #10 say she and her husband stopped to make a few repairs on the yacht?
5. Paul Manning survived financially on __________________.
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Stone Barrington?
2. Why is Sir Winston, the Minister of Justice, so interested in Allison's case?
3. Why can Stone not represent Allison in her trial and why does Sir Leslie appear to be the perfect man for the job?
4. Why is Allison unable to elude the police as she tries to escape from the island?
5. Why is Allison's seduction of Stone a suspicious move?
6. What is Libby's fate when trying to leave the island and why does Stone not think Allison is behind the tragedy?
7. What is the message of the fax which Stone receives from Arrington?
8. Why does Jim Forrester want to be present when Allison gives an interview to the reporter from 60 Minutes?
9. What does Sir Winston insinuate about Allison's role in her husband's death at the coroner's inquest?
10. What does Stone learn about Libby from Allison and why is he concerned that she has shown up?
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