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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Agent Craig call Cross?
2. What does Nana Mama tell Cross that he needs?
3. What happens when Naomi tries to call out to Kristen?
4. What does Rudolph do as he approaches each of the girls individually?
5. What profession does the FBI suspect the Gentleman Caller has?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Rudolph go after Kate?
2. How does Kate handle the situation when Casanova comes back for her in her own house?
3. What does Cross find in the newspaper accounts of the Tierney/Hutchinson murders that makes him think he has information about Casanova?
4. What does Cross notice about Kate and why does he believe they both fear their budding relationship?
5. What does Sampson ask Cross about Kate and what is Cross's response?
6. When Cross and Kate go to the Outer Banks for a summer trip, what decisions do they come to in regards to their relationship?
7. Describe Kate's recovery at this point in the novel.
8. What does the Gentleman Caller feel inside himself as he watches Juliette's husband leave for work?
9. Describe the character who is accused of being the killer, Sachs.
10. What are the basic points of the investigation according to Cross at this point in the novel?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
In what way could Cross be considered something of a cowboy? How does Cross justify breaking into Sachs' home and why doesn't the FBI stop him?
Essay Topic 2
Answer in writing: Do you believe the title of this novel is appropriate considering the content? Why or why not? What might be another appropriate title?
Essay Topic 3
In what ways were Cross' methods unique? What connections did Cross' methods help investigators make that perhaps more traditional methods might not have made? Do you think Cross' methods were special? Why or why not?
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