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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 isn't communication between Green and Martin allowed in court?
2. Who went to see Mrs. Earle right before she changes her story?
3. Who is watching Ben while Lucy and Elvis are at Jonathan Green's party?
4. What is the name of Teddy Martin's business holdings?
5. Who does LeCederick call during Rossi and Elvis' visit?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Elvis and Rossi tell LeCederick when they visit him at Terminal Island?
2. What does Lucy tell Elvis about her ex-husband?
3. Describe the circumstances surrounding James Lester's death.
4. After discovering James Lester's body, what does Jonna reveal to Elvis about her husband?
5. What does Elvis want Lucas Worely to do to help him prove Jonathan Green fabricated evidence?
6. Why does Elvis take a picture of the Mercedes Benz that drives by Mrs. Earle's house?
7. When Joe and Elvis go to the Thai restaurant, what does Elvis reveal about who he thinks is behind the Teddy Martin cover up?
8. Why do Elvis and Anna Sherman meet privately after talking in the restaurant?
9. Why is LeCederick worried for his mother's safety?
10. What does Elvis discover in Mrs. Earle's phone records that concern him?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Write an essay that explains the role money played in the murder of Susan Martin. Identify the characters who use money to their advantage and those who are affected negatively by money. Include a discussion of how this story would change if money were not a factor.
Essay Topic 2
Write an essay that explains the role of Stan Kerris in the cover up of Susan Martin's murder. Provide text evidence that explain Kerris' character traits and his relationship with Jonathan Green.
Essay Topic 3
Explain the role that the setting of this book, Los Angeles, plays in the story. Discuss the ways in which Los Angeles impacted the characters, plot, and themes of this story. Provide text evidence that support your inferences. Include a discussion about the ways the Susan Martin murder investigation would have changed if it took place outside of Los Angeles?
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