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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 kind of equipment does Marcus believe the killer is using to gain entry to the crime scenes?
(a) Electronic gadgets.
(b) Kitchen utensils.
(c) Gardening tools.
(d) Mountain climbing gear.
2. Who tells Moore that the Santorellis might have been harmed?
3. What is the name of Kreizler's friend who helped inspire his theory?
(a) Adolf Meyer.
(b) Curtis Scott.
(c) Van Ericsson.
(d) David Vincent.
4. Who drugs Moore in Chapter 11?
5. Who does Joseph say called his murdered friend "uppity"?
(a) Scotch Ann.
(b) Scotch Lynn.
(c) Scotch Belle.
(d) Scotch Jeanne.
Short Answer Questions
1. What color are Joseph's eyes?
2. What is Biff's real first name?
3. In what month does the novel open?
4. What do two police officers have on their clothes, which causes someone to think the Santorellis might have been harmed?
5. Where does Giorgio work at the time of his death?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Moore go to Paresis Hall in Chapter 11?
2. How do Moore and Kreizler begin reminiscing about the murder case that makes up the stories narrative?
3. What does Marcus discover when examining the scene of the murder of the second boy prostitute?
4. Why is Roosevelt excited about his meeting with Kreizler and Moore, which he tells Moore about at the watchtower?
5. What does Moore learn from one of Giorgio's friends about his murder?
6. What does Moore see when he arrives at the Williamsburg Bridge on March 3, 1896?
7. Describe the letter Sara obtains from that was sent to Mrs. Santorelli.
8. What theories does the team develop about the killer's childhood and history, based on the evidence they have found?
9. Why does Kreizler become angry when he is at Bellevue?
10. What do the Isaacsons tell Moore and Kreizler about the murders of a brother and sister after examining their bodies?
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