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Magnet Man-bookcover

By: Ros Holland

Magnet Man

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Magnet Man is a richly layered narrative that delves deeper into Ros’ life as a forty-two-year-old woman, juxtaposing her past and present to paint a vivid portrait of her struggles and epiphanies. The story meticulously explores her multiple marriages, each shedding light on different facets of her personality and life choices.

Central to the narrative is her encounter with the enigmatic ‘Magnet Man’, a pivotal figure who ignites in Ros a fervent and transformative passion. Set across various European locales, the plot intricately weaves elements of trust, betrayal, and the tension between societal norms and personal desires.

Ros’ journey is one of profound self-exploration, where moral quandaries and the quest for true love lead her to unexpected discoveries and a deeper understanding of her own identity.

Ros Weston was born in Stopwhistle, Northumbria which is near Hadrian’s Wall. Her childhood was spent in Throckley, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, now Tyne and Wear. Ros is a Fellow of British Psychological Society and a freelance psychologist. In her academic life, Ros was the Europe Against Cancer British Representative at the European Commission as well as being a lecturer and researcher at Southampton University. She taught on MA and PhD courses. She was then a member of the Cochrane Collaboration for Cancer Research.

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