A Primary Decision by Dr. Kevin Leman and Jeff Nesbit is sure to please anybody who likes intrigue found in the political arena. The story centers on the powerful Worthington family from New York. The intrigue is supplied by forces who want to take this family down with lies and corruption. I discovered that A Primary Decision is book three in the Worthington Destiny series but nonetheless it can stand alone if you don't mind missing a little of the family background.
Sarah Worthington, the youngest child and only daughter of Bill and Ava Worthington has been tapped by the President of the United States to be the next Attorney General. One who is forthright and able to give better than she gets, Sarah sails through the hearings and is sworn into office. Once in office she sets her cap on the conspiracies rampant in Washington and begins proceedings to prosecute the same man who chose her to be the nation's number one attorney. Truth, justice and nothing less than is the people's due propels her forward on her quest.
In the meantime, her brothers Will and Sean have their own agendas that keep the story lively. Topping off the family story are the secret messages relayed between two unnamed sources who seem to be puppeteers holding strings above it all.
If you like mystery and politics, you will enjoy A Primary Decision. I received my copy from Revell for an honest review of the story. You decide if this book is ultimately your kind of thriller but this one, while full of corruption leaves out the x-rated fare Christian fiction lovers like to avoid.