1. Why is the masseuse afraid of the man?
The girl knows the man works for the government and she is afraid of him because she has been warned that if she tells anyone anything she might learn in his company, the government will execute her. In addition, there is something sinister about him that frightens her.
2. Describe Grant's upbringing.
Grant was born to an Irish woman and a German weight lifter. Grant's mother died in childbirth, so he was raised by his mother's aunt. As a teenager, Grant began having feelings of intense need that he could only satisfy with murder.
3. How did Grant's murderous desires create problems for him?
As a teenager Grant would wander the countryside and kill innocent woman. When the murders began to attract the attention of the local officials. Grant decided to join the Royal Corp where his needs were temporarily satisfied through amateur boxing. However, even his temper again grew out of control and Grant was thrown out of the service for foul fighting.
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