Robert Estes, MD, Examines the Other Side of Social Security

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New novel unfolds to a tale of corruption and “Social Insecurity”

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One of the most dramatic changes that swept through the United States during the term of President Roosevelt was his introduction of social security. The principle behind it is noble but to this day its legislation continues to attract endless debate and controversy. The new novel Social Insecurity by up and coming author Robert Estes, MD, centers on this federal program and how it was used as an avenue for corruption.

Set in the fictional community of Sobrero, Arizona, this intricate tale of deception was inspired by a national scandal exposed in the Wall Street Journal. The front page article brought to light the collusion between a lawyer and a judicial magistrate in Huntington, West Virginia. Similarly, Estes’ work exposes a startling fraud, this time involving social security.

Working as a medical consultant for the Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) has given the author insight into a number of pertinent facts which he includes in the book. This novel may be a work of fiction but the themes and issues it touches are very much present, even pervasive, in today’s society.

Incisive and topical, Social Insecurity is a gripping exploration of the other side of social security. It will absorb and inform readers from beginning until the shocking conclusion.

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Social Insecurity * by Robert Estes, MD
Publication Date: January 22, 2013
Trade Paperback; $12.99; 71 pages; 978-1-4797-7758-7
Trade Hardback; $19.99; 71 pages; 978-1-4797-7759-4

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