Brighton, ON (PRWEB) July 21, 2012
Author Morley Kev takes reader on a journey reminiscent of the movie Misery only on a much grander scale and the cruelty exceedingly more imaginative. This newly published book, although highly critical concerning health care and the courts, does suggest changes for the better, often sardonically and is ultimately written in a constructive positive manner. The Last Word constructively exposes just how allusive justice can be when the suspect physician is employed by the state.
The book establishes the good character of an individual who is alleged of sexual harassment allegations out of spite, which are unwisely entertained by the authority. Seeking female companionship for the purpose of marriage leading to children, he seeks vindication from the resident psychiatrists who, with little thought, initiates his own intervention without regard to legal considerations. Having received administrative measures, which threaten the character’s career as well as informed by friends of an obvious change in personality, he seeks legal advice and files a complaint against the physician with the appropriate regulatory body. In response, the physician rather than admit to malpractice alleges that the main character previously suffered from mental illness leading to his eventual medical release from employment and seriously jeopardizing future employment of any kind. The ensuing struggle over a decade long to restore his good name and expose the cover-up necessary to obtain commensurate financial compensation as well as other considerations in order to restore his independence is meticulously relayed down to the finest details.
The Last Word is one compelling read that not only entertains but also opens eyes to the possibilities that could happen.
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About the Author
Morley Kev is typical of 7 billion earthlings who demands to be treated with dignity and respect and is losing patience with those who offer deceit and deception experienced regularly in lieu of rights to self determination, equality, as well as justice and insists upon witnessing real measurable change towards accomplishing this end.
The Last Word * by Morley Kev
Publication Date: June 11, 2012
Trade Paperback; $36.99; 497 pages; 978-1-4628-6157-6
Trade Hardback; $44.99; 497 pages; 978-1-4628-6158-3
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