Book 1, Chapter 1 | Book 1, Chapter 2
1. Why does Bendrix say it was strange to see Henry on the Common that night?
(a) Bendrix had not seen Henry in years.
(b) Henry lives miles away from the Common.
(c) It is raining and he has no umbrella.
(d) It is raining and Henry had always liked to be comfortable.
2. How did Bendrix originally meet Sarah?
(a) He met her in a bar.
(b) He was researching Henry's profession for a book.
(c) He was researching the life of a Minister's wife.
(d) He met her at a party.
3. What concern does Henry have about Sarah that he shares with Bendrix?
(a) Henry believes Sarah is very ill.
(b) Henry believes Sarah is having an affair.
(c) Henry believes Sarah is stealing money from him.
(d) Henry believes Sarah may leave him.
4. What does Bendrix agree to do to help Henry?
(a) Visit a private investigator.
(b) Visit a lawyer.
(c) Follow Sarah.
(d) Talk with Sarah.
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