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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 is in the cabin with the Gentleman Caller?
(b) No one.
2. Which of the following terms describes how Sachs is known around the college campus?
(c) Weight lifter.
(d) Highly intelligent.
3. Where does the Gentleman Caller stop after he flees Cross?
(b) New York.
(d) New Mexico.
4. What does Ruskin offer to Cross and Sampson, but that Cross is still suspicious about?
(a) To remove himself from the investigation.
(b) To get them the case files from the 1981 murders.
(c) To work together more.
(d) To stake out Sachs more in-depthly.
5. How long has it been since Naomi saw Casanova last?
(a) 1 month.
(b) 2 days.
(c) 1 week.
(d) 1 day.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Casanova think he and Rudolph should do next?
2. Why is Kate upset with Cross?
3. How many women does Casanova now have in his harem?
4. How does Cross describe what Sachs is doing with the FBI?
5. Why don't Kate and Cross have sex when Cross spends the night with Kate?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Craig tell Cross he believes is the reason that Lieberman was killed?
2. What wakes Naomi up and what does she think this indicates?
3. What does Sampson ask Cross about Kate and what is Cross's response?
4. Who is Dr. Freed and what is his purpose within the plot of the story?
5. Describe the character who is accused of being the killer, Sachs.
6. What does Cross learn about Sachs and how does he learn this information?
7. How does Cross describe the two killers?
8. How does Cross know that he has found the Jason Snyder farm and what can he see of the farm?
9. What do Cross and Kate do and what impresses Cross that Kate has done for the occasion?
10. How does Cross describe what he saw with he sneaked up and observed Rudolph in the cabin and what does Rudolph do when he comes out of the cabin?
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