Sunday, March 4, 2012

Off The Record by Elizabeth White

Judge Laurel Kincade is running for chief justic of the Alabama Supreme Court.
Journalist Cole McGaughan is a religion reporter with the New York Daily Journal received a call from an old friend asking for McGaughan has been asked to help dig up dirt on the race. Judge Kincade had a seemingly impeccable reputation. Is that really her, or is it just a facade? But the questions don’t stop there. With Cole’s own history with Laurel, will he be able to help keep her secret at the risk of loosing his job, or will revealing he truth set them both free.
I really enjoyed this book. It was a look at a life I had not considered. To run for a position means that one’s whole life is under scrutiny, even one’s personal life. Every decision, every moment of life can be called into question. It is not just about having your resume under scrutiny. And in choosing to run, you are choosing to let your life become an open book and be judged, whether you like it or not. Nothing is hidden from the public’s eye. White’s book was a clear look at this life, while providing a satisfying story that I loved reading.
I received this book free from Zondervan for the purpose of this review.

1 comment:

Jen said...

I want to read this book!