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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 Dr. Locke admit is not the only root for sexual deviance?
(b) Childhood trauma.
2. Who was the Dollmaker's seventh victim?
(a) Holly Lere.
(b) Honey Chandler.
(c) Rebecca Kaminski.
(d) Sylvia Moore.
3. When Bosch gets into court at the beginning of Chapter 15, what does he ask of his attorney Belk?
(a) To have drinks after court.
(b) He wants a new attorney.
(c) To plead guilty.
(d) To get a continuance.
4. Why wasn't Church used in Dr. John Locke's latest book?
(a) No one knew Church at the time.
(b) The judge prohibited it.
(c) Dr. Locke could not find enough information about him.
(d) Locke did not like Church.
5. Who does Harry Bosch kill?
(a) Norman Church.
(b) Rodney Belk.
(c) Honey Chandler.
(d) Jerry Edgar.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the Dollmaker killer paint on his victims' toes?
2. When was Bosch's mother raped and murdered?
3. What happens when Belk asks for a continuance in Chapter 17?
4. As calls begin to come in about the victim's identity, what do more than one caller say about her?
5. In Chapter 6, who is called to the stand after the short break?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Bosch's reaction to Mora revealing his own theory about a second killer?
2. Why is Bosch upset to learn that Rebecca was alive two years ago?
3. What is Bosch most nervous about when being questioned by Chandler?
4. Why do Bosch's feelings for Sylvia and his actions seem contradictory?
5. What is the first thing Bosch discusses when getting on the stand to testify?
6. Why is Sylvia bothered by finding out about Bosch's mother's death?
7. What mistakes are revealed about Bosch's actions on the day Norman Church was murdered?
8. Why doesn't Belk want to ask for a continuance?
9. How does Bosch follow the phone leads about the victim?
10. In Chapter 6, why is Deborah Church's testimony suspicious?
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