“A Primary Decision”, a book in The Worthington Destiny series, by Dr. Kevin Leman and Jeff Nesbit is a book that is very appropriate for an election year such as 2016. An attorney for the Department of Justice, Sarah Worthington has been chosen to be Attorney General by President Spencer Rich. She is confirmed by Congress and begins her duties. However, a previous case from the DOJ is still nagging at her and she keeps her hand in the investigation by getting updates from former co-workers. This investigation concerns her brother and his relationship with a suspected terrorist. When clues point to a huge cover-up involving big business and the President; Sarah has to step down from the Attorney General position in order to follow this case. She has no compunction in bringing charges against the commander-in-chief. There is another plot working at the same time that may help or hinder her investigation. Who are these people and what do they want to accomplish?
I found that this book closely resembled some judiciary rulings that have been handed down in previous administrations. I felt that the reasons for Sarah being kept out of the loop by her family were not such that it took over half the book reveal them to her. The story became a bit tedious during the second half of the book.
I received a free print copy of this book from Revell. No review positive or otherwise was required – all opinions are my own.