|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Kennedy find on the body of the death he is investigating?
(a) A strong smell of sage.
(b) A great deal of blood stains on the clothing.
(c) A strong smell of juniper.
(d) A note.
2. Who does Mrs. Bailey say has called Perry?
(b) A Senator of New Mexico.
(d) Chilean embassy.
3. Over what does Leaphorn puzzle?
(a) Why his boss is forcing him to retire.
(b) Why Highhawk wants to joint the Navajos.
(c) Why a man would die without his dentures in.
(d) Why Jim Chee has called him several times.
4. What is Dalman, MacArthur, White and Herzog?
(a) A conglomerate.
(b) A construction firm.
(c) A survey firm.
(d) A law firm.
5. Why wouldn't Jim Chee be happy living in Wisconsin?
(a) He thinks he might like to live in Wisconsin.
(b) He would miss his family too much.
(c) He would not want his children to not know their Native American heritage.
(d) He would hate the cold winters.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the note in the box reveal?
2. What are the dancers doing that Chee is watching?
3. What is the setting for Chapter Two?
4. How can an Amtrak train be stopped by a passenger in an emergency?
5. What function does Janet Pete serve at her firm?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who does Leaphorn wish he could talk over the case with and why can't he?
2. Describe the conversation between Leroy and Delmar Fleck.
3. About what does Jay Kennedy call Joe Leaphorn?
4. What does Jim Chee find in Highhawk's office and what does he think of it?
5. What does Leaphorn learn when he calls his office?
6. With whom does Chee have breakfast and what amazes Chee?
7. What is one source of cash for Fleck to help his mother and who does he contact about it?
8. What does Anges Tsosie tell Joe Leaphorn when he questions her?
9. Describe what Joe Leaphorn finds at the crime scene Kennedy asks him to investigate.
10. Describe Fleck's conversation with "The Client" after reading the newspaper articles.
This section contains 933 words
(approx. 4 pages at 300 words per page)