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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The prostitute is taken to which location upon Brunetti's orders?
(d) Pinetta's Bar.
2. What was Ceroni's former profession?
3. How does the pimp receive his instructions?
(d) Note left at bar.
4. What was the length of Ceroni's relationship with Favero?
(a) 7 years.
(b) 3 years.
(c) 5 years.
(d) 18 months.
5. Which word best describes Lotto's personality?
6. Who visits Brunetti at his office in need of a favor?
7. Where do Brunetti and dell Corte meet for the first time?
(a) Brunetti's home.
(b) Pinetta's bar.
(c) della Corte's office.
8. The pimp is able to give Brunetti information about what in regards to his contact?
(b) Model of car.
9. What is Brunetti's first real course of action regarding the pimp in the bar?
(a) Shoot him.
(b) Talk to him.
(c) Arrest him.
(d) Hire him.
10. Brunetti's visitor asks for Brunetti's help in obtaining which of the following?
11. The woman expresses great concern about which of the following?
(a) Safety of her family.
(b) Being arrested for drugs.
(c) Death of prostitutes.
(d) Catching a cold.
12. How long does it take the judge to answer all of Brunetti's questions about the case?
(a) 1 week.
(b) 3 days.
(d) 2 hours.
13. Who calls Brunetti at the office with upsetting news?
14. What item led Brunetti to his next viable suspect in the Favero case?
(d) License plate number.
15. Brunetti goes to his boss to say he thinks that how many of the murders are connected?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Brunetti's explanation of the upsetting item?
2. Brunetti gets a lead on the item by remembering a conversation he had with which other character?
3. What kind of business does the most recent suspect operate?
4. Brunetti learns that Trevisan was most likely connected with which organization?
5. What led to Brunetti's suspicions about the origin of the item?
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