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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. As the novel begins, the woman puts all her husband's possessions from her house in ______ on the front lawn.
(a) Liquor boxes.
(b) Wooden crates.
(c) The pond.
(d) Garbage bags.
2. Who does Allie visit first in Jamie's hometown?
(a) Jamie's neighbor.
(b) Jamie's mother.
(c) Maggie's mother.
(d) Maggie's doctor.
3. What is the name of the private detective Cam hires?
(a) Bally Balmoral.
(b) Baily Breene.
(c) Bally Beene.
(d) Balmoral Brendan.
4. How many waking hours had Allie read that a husband and wife spend together each day?
5. Allie has been in love with Cam since when?
(a) Their blind date.
(c) High school.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Cam find out that his mother did before he was born?
2. Why did Jamie take measurements of Maggie before she got sick?
3. When Allie returns to her shop after sneaking off to the police station, what does she find a strange woman doing in her shop?
4. Where is Mia staying after she decides she can't stay in Cam's house?
5. Where does the woman hide the one object that reminds her of her husband?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Allie envy Maggie?
2. What is the epiphany Jamie has while attending the library lecture?
3. Why does Angus McDonald leave Scotland and move to Wheelock?
4. What does Jamie remember about the night Maggie asked him to kill her?
5. What in particular concerns Allie about her relationship with Cam?
6. What reaction does Cam have to Mia the first time he sees her in Allie's shop?
7. How does Ellen burn herself when she and Allie are trying out their healing potion?
8. What is significant about the newspaper article Cam reads while he is waiting for Mia to bring dinner back to the flower shop one night?
9. What is the library lecture given by Verona MacBean about?
10. Why does the woman wrap the stained glass panel in newspaper and hide it behind the toilet?
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