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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. What does Janet Pete tell Chee?
(a) That the Nez Pez pow wow has been rescheduled.
(b) That Chee's uncle left Chee his pipe.
(c) That Mary Langdon has been arrested.
(d) That Highhawk and Gomez are planning a serious crime.
2. What is found near some train tracks in the desert?
(a) Some wolf pelts.
(b) Some coyote pelts.
(c) A body.
(d) A bomb.
3. Who is Henry Highhawk?
(a) A Conservator.
(b) A congressman.
(c) A state forensics lab worker.
(d) A senator.
4. Why is Fleck's mother being kicked out of the nursing home?
(a) She has no money.
(b) She has not been kicked out; she died.
(c) For being violent.
(d) She needs more extensive care.
5. What does the doctor think Agnes Tsosie is going to need?
(a) A lot of rest until she is fully recovered.
(b) Three more rounds of chemo.
(c) A new brace.
(d) Pain medication.
Short Answer Questions
1. To whom does Leaphorn show the photos of the dead man?
2. What does Tamana want of the Smithsonian?
3. Who does Leaphorn phone?
4. For how long has Leaphorn's wife been dead?
5. What does Eldon Tamana plan to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. What ceremony is Jim Chee observing and why is he there?
2. What does the recording found with Highhawk reveal?
3. Who has called Catherine Perry and what does she think he wants?
4. Who does Fleck follow to the Smithsonian?
5. How do the members of the tribal council feel about the proposed bypass? How does Tamana think he can get elected to the council?
6. What does Catherine Perry find on her desk and who does she blame?
7. How does Leaphorn disarm Santerno?
8. What is a possible break Leaphorn makes in the case as he revisits the scene at dusk?
9. Who does Fleck kill and how does he manage to do so and what happens to Fleck afterward?
10. Describe the parting scene between Chee and Janet Pete.
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