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Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Gladys admit to doing on the night before the body appeared?
(a) Stepping out with her boyfriend.
(b) Opening the window for air.
(c) Letting a stranger use Thipps' telephone.
(d) Falling asleep early.
2. Where does Peter go to meet the Honorable Freddy Arbuthnot?
3. What does Peter's manservant ask him to purchase in Chapter 2?
(a) A camera lens.
(b) A tea pot.
(c) A new radio.
(d) A new set of tennis equipment.
4. What is the name of Crimplesham's junior partner?
5. Where does Peter sit while arguing with Sugg?
(a) On a tree stump.
(b) In Thipps' rocking chair.
(c) On a police car.
(d) On a stairwell.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Crimplesham say he lost his glasses?
2. What did Julian Freke certify in the murder investigation?
3. Who does Peter find had been a regular guest of Mr. Levy's?
4. What is Mr. Levy said to have oddly left behind at his house in Chapter 2?
5. In Chapter 3, what does Peter say prompted Thipps' arrest?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do the Doctors Freke and Grimbold disagree about at the inquest in Chapter 6?
2. What happens when Peter voices a wish to be more involved with the investigation of the dead man in the bathtub?
3. In Chapter 4, based on the evidence found at Levy's home, what do Peter and Parker deduce happened the night before Levy's disappearance was discovered?
4. Whom does Peter wish to avoid when he first goes to Thipps' apartment?
5. Why does Thomas Crimplesham write to Peter in Chapter 5? What was in the letter?
6. How is the body discovered to have been moved into the bathroom in Chapter 4?
7. What does Parker say in Chapter 5 when Peter compares the prints at Levy's house to the ones at Thipps' apartment?
8. How do Peter and Parker conclude that the body in the bathtub is not Reuben Levy?
9. What does Peter's mother tell him on the telephone in Chapter 1?
10. How does Thipps explain the bruise on his face in Chapter 1?
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