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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. For the most part, what narrative perspective is this book written in?
(a) First person.
(b) Character voice.
(c) Multiple person.
(d) Third person.
2. How does the author break from her main narrative perspective at times?
(a) She includes information from Ted's mother.
(b) She includes poetry written by the victims' families.
(c) She includes fictional short stories to illustrate her theories.
(d) She includes conversations to which she could not have been privy.
3. Ted is arrested in Salt Lake City, Utah, by a patrolman who stops Ted because why?
(a) He is trying to lure girls into his car.
(b) He runs a red light.
(c) He is slowly cruising the patrolman's neighborhood.
(d) He gets into an accident and tries to drive away.
4. What type of school does Ted attend?
(a) Detective school.
(b) Medical school.
(c) Management school.
(d) Law school.
5. Who begins to suspect that she knows that Ted is the murderer of numerous college students?
Short Answer Questions
1. At what local bar is college-student Brenda Carol Ball last seen talking with a handsome man?
2. Ted writes to Ann in September and talks about doing what?
3. Why does Ted's mother move across the country with him when he is a child?
4. When Ted is working at the City of Seattle's Crime Prevention Advisory Commission, what is the Commission studying?
5. On June 7, 1977, Ted does what while being escorted out of the prison?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Ted manage to escape from the law library in Aspen?
2. Why does Ted believe he is valued among the other prisoners at Utah State Prison?
3. Meg Anders starts to suspect that her boyfriend, Ted Bundy, could be the serial killer who is on the loose. What does she do?
4. What do Stephanie and Meg have in common?
5. After talking with Ted, Ann begins to think that perhaps the authorities do have the wrong man. What dream makes her wonder about her convictions?
6. During the 1974 crime wave described by the author, all the girls that have gone missing, been attacked, or been found dead have what similar characteristics?
7. Why is Ted pulled over by a policeman while driving in Salt Lake City? What are the results of this incident?
8. Which supporters of Ted try to provide alibis for him?
9. The last time 15-year-old Katherine Merry Devine was seen alive, she was doing what?
10. After the disappearances of Janice Ott and Denise Naslund, why does Ann begin to suspect that her friend, Ted Bundy, could be the man who has been abducting and murdering young women?
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