Books by Robert Cormier
Trinity is a contemporary Catholic boys' high school in the States, run by an order of brothers.
A Catholic school dominated by a shadowy group of masterful students, vice-happy and with no fear of authority.
Sequel to "The Chocolate War": Archie Costello still runs the Vigils and therefore the school; Brother Leon is headmaster.
There's little positive to say here; Jerry, while convalescing on his uncle's smallholding in Canada appears to find solace in God, but it is clear that this relies more on the peace of the church than anything else.
Jason, a shy 12-year-old, is questioned about the death of his friend Alicia, not realising that the interrogator is already convinced of his guilt.
A delicate dialogue between an ambitious and unscrupulous police investigator and a boy, friend to the young children in the area, whose friend has been killed.
Coping with, Detective