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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. What type of car did Julia drive?
2. What is the name of the man Shea recommends?
3. As a result Willet must spend the day near which famous landmark?
4. What is Wolf's reaction to the other person?
5. The victims were killed by which method?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Willet do in order to alleviate his loneliness?
2. What request does Eagle make of Barbara?
3. What surprises Eagle about the court documents?
4. What shocking news does Willet receive when he reads the newspaper in his hotel room?
5. What does Cupie find at the paper maker's place?
6. Why is Eagle fairly confident about Wolf's case?
7. What does Wolf find when he arrives at Mark's house?
8. What is Julia's explanation of the night of the murders?
9. What does Eagle ask Wolf to do next? What is the purpose?
10. What causes the sheriff to rule out Wolf as a suspect in Mark's murder?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Three bodies are discovered in the guest bedroom at Wilderness Gate. Describe the scene. What do you think happened at the house? Why? How are the bodies disposed of and by whom? Who finds the bodies? What do you think the dog is trying to tell Wolf? Why does Wolf ignore the dog? How does the dog know something is wrong in that part of the house? What might have happened if Wolf had investigated? What is the initial opinion of the police?
Essay Topic 2
Three bodies are discovered in the guest room at Wilderness Gate. Explain the condition of the bodies. How are the bodies identified? Who provides the identification? Do police check the identities in any other way? Explain. Would it be helpful to check fingerprints? Could the police use dental records for identification? Are the identifications correct? Explain. Would these murders be handled differently than any other murder? Explain.
Essay Topic 3
Reputation is a touchy subject in places like Santa Fe and Los Angeles, particularly for Wolf Willet. Examine Wolf's reputation and its importance. Why is Wolf's reputation important in Los Angeles? Why is it important in Santa Fe? Why does Willet insist on finishing the film before anyone finds out about the murders? How could Willet's arrest affect his career? Is there anything Willet could do to reduce the amount of gossip or speculation about his part in the murders? What could be done in the area of damage control? How could Eagle help in this area? Explain.
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