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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. To whom is Dave referring when he mentions "a guy that looked like he escaped form a Popsicle wrapper"?
2. Fitzpatrick is in charge of monitoring what?
(b) Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms.
(c) Drugs and alcohol.
(d) Elected officials.
3. In Chapter Two, who says, "you're in over your head"?
(b) The sheriff.
(c) The older deputy.
(d) The younger deputy.
4. Who is Jimmie?
(a) One of Segura's men.
(b) Dave's half-brother.
(c) Someone Dave knows from police work.
(d) Annie's neighor.
5. What work had Dave's father done on Marsh Island?
(a) He was a bouree dealer.
(b) He was unemployed.
(c) He worked as a trapper.
(d) He worked on oil rigs.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who owns a winter home in Hallendale, Florida?
2. To whom does Dave initially go for information about finding Bobby Joe Starkweather?
3. When Dave leaves Annie on his houseboat in Chapter Six, where does he go and what does he do?
4. What happened to the 17-year-old runaway in Dave's case file?
5. Where does Dave find Bobby Joe Starkweather in Chapter Seven?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Dave learn about the woman who, according to Fitzpatrick, is a possible witness?
2. About what does Dave bait Murphy in the beginning of Chapter Seven that elicits a reaction from Murphy?
3. Dave sometimes thinks of whom as his "father's misplaced seed"?
4. How does Cletus respond when Dave confronts him about provoking the situation with Segura and his man?
5. What does Cletus do that escalates the situation with Segura in Chapter Four?
6. What jobs did the Robicheaux brothers have in their youth?
7. What does Dave learn about Bobby Joe Starkweather from Wesley Potts?
8. Describe Julio Segura in Chapter Two.
9. What concoction does Bobby Joe feed to Dave in Chapter Seven, and why?
10. Discuss Cletus' marital problems.
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