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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. What is Dismas' current occupation?
2. What does John Strout rule about Eddie's case?
(a) He did not rule on it.
(b) It was accidental death.
(c) It was a suicide.
(d) It was murder.
3. Who is the owner of Army Distributing?
(a) Seth Pitt.
(b) Steve Posten.
(c) Sam Polk.
(d) Sam Pollard.
4. What seems apparent from Eddie Cochran's death?
(a) He was shot.
(b) He committed suicide.
(c) He was run over.
(d) He was stabbed.
5. What is the feeling between Diz and his ex-wife?
(a) Mutual respect.
(b) Hate and loathing.
(c) No feelings at all.
(d) Obvious attraction.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Dismas attend a ballgame?
2. Which of the following had Fr. Cavanaugh NOT taken into consideration when sending Eddie to do the right thing regarding the drug deal?
3. Who is Sam Polk's daughter?
4. What is Erin Cochran's opinion of Eddie's death?
5. Eddie's mother says that Eddie owned a gun _______________.
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Father Cavanaugh think he is responsible for Eddie's death?
2. What does Dismas surmise about Linda Polk's feelings about her father's new marriage?
3. How do the people who cared for Eddie Cochran seem to be managing during the time after his funeral?
4. What is Father Cavanaugh's relationship with the Cochran family?
5. What is the dilemma facing the funeral director if Eddie's death is ruled a suicide?
6. What is one line of thinking for why Eddie may have killed himself in the parking lot at Arturo Cruz' business?
7. What is the dynamic of the Cochran family as presented after Eddie's death?
8. What does Dismas speculate about Sam's wife, Nika's, possible interest in Eddie Cochran?
9. How does Dismas get involved in another murder investigation while with Abe?
10. Who is Steven Cochran and how does Dismas try to befriend him?
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