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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does Butler want to find in the photograph on Edith's mantel?
(a) 4th person.
(b) 1st person.
(c) 2nd person.
(d) 3rd person.
2. Who had not been called to testify by design in court?
3. Who reveals a strong attraction and competition with Mallory throughout the novel?
4. Whose obituary is in the newspaper?
5. In the cryptic conversation with the mystery caller contacted by Evenroe, who was cast out of town?
(a) An old man.
(b) A young boy.
(c) An old woman.
(d) A young girl.
6. Who/what does Evenroe have ties to?
(a) The NYPD.
(c) The Supreme Court.
7. How does Mallory treat Butler in comparison to Edith?
(a) She is cold to him and compassionate to him.
(b) She is compassionate to him and cold to her.
(c) She treats them equally.
(d) She is considerate at first to Butler but then becomes cold and friendly only to Edith.
8. Who has figured out that Mallory is the Paladin?
9. Who comes to visit the patient in the hospital suffering from amnesia?
10. Who shoots Gaynor while being protected by a vest?
11. Who visits Edith's apartment and asks if Edith has Redwing's new address and phone number?
12. Who does not have a spectacular send off after death?
13. Who does not want Mallory to attend Edith's seance?
14. Who tells Butler about the automatic writing and how Herbert was afraid of these messages?
15. Who reveals a strong loyalty to Mallory throughout the novel?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who takes Riker to Redwing's where she taps into the apartment building's wiring?
2. As the investigation continues, who becomes messy and less like a perfectionist surprising Riker?
3. What does Mallory realize about the tea she drank that gives her hallucinations?
4. Of all the original suspects, who is the ONLY one that is a rapist?
5. Who knows Redwing's new location but will not tell Mallory?
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