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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 does Frank, at this point, think is Rosie's murderer?
(b) Frank's father.
(c) A janitor in the building next to number 22.
(d) Mr. Daly.
2. How does Imelda act towards Frank initially?
(c) Very warm.
3. Why does Rosie want to leave so suddenly?
(a) She is pregnant.
(b) She knows she would take the job if it were offered.
(c) She is being abused by her father.
(d) She knows Frank is running out of patience waiting for her to make up her mind.
4. What does Frank convince Stephen to do?
(a) Give Frank details of the case of Mr. Daly's death.
(b) Give Frank details of the case of Kevin's death.
(c) Give Frank details of the case of Shay's death.
(d) Nothing; Frank is unsuccessful in convincing Stephen.
5. How do Nora and Frank part?
(b) With regret.
(c) In anger.
(d) With relief.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who calls Frank when he gets home?
2. Who texts Frank about meeting with him?
3. Where is the other half of Rosie's note found?
4. What does Frank tell Holly that is still uncertain?
5. What does Olivia suggest Frank do before Holly leaves for school?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why has Jackie again frantically called Frank?
2. How do people react to Frank at Kevin's wake and what is Jackie's theory about their reactions?
3. What does Frank recall about what Rosie told him the night they decide to leave?
4. What does Scorcher say about Kevin's death and how does Frank argue the point and infuriate Scorcher?
5. How does Frank set things up to be able to follow the police investigation into Rosie and Kevin's deaths?
6. What does Frank request at his office?
7. What does Frank learn from Imelda about Rosie on the night of Rosie's death?
8. What does Frank's mother tell him about Mr. Mackey and Theresa Daly?
9. What does Kennedy tell Frank that infuriates Frank?
10. What does Nora say about her feelings about Rosie?
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