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By: R. J. Andersen

The Woman

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Driven from her Cornish home with the man fate has brought to save her, Jane must learn how to survive amidst intrigue, mystery, abduction and revolution. All of which pull her towards a decision that could change her life, and the future of her new country – America, forever.

“A skilfully crafted adventure full of twists and turns, in which a tender love story is set against the backdrop of English smugglers, foreign pirates and the intrigue that harvested a revolution to create America. A beautifully told story with Du Maurier’s understanding of engineering suspense, bound to gather momentum.”

– Irina Novitskaia. Russia.

“The Woman conjures up all the love, passion and adventure of Gone with the Wind. Roy Andersen's romantic novel takes the reader from Cornish smuggling, and high seas adventures into the turbulent time of the American Revolution. This book is a riveting page turner.”

– Gwen Lavert. U.S.A.

Roy Andersen is a distinguished scientist, educationalist and author of 7 books detailing how society and the school work together to produce a citizen worker. He has written and lectured profoundly on the need to redesign education to prepare the 21st century child for a world dominated by artificial intelligence, and so the need to teach our children to have greater intellectual and behavioural self-responsibility.


He has proposed ‘The Brain Environment Complex Theory’ as a new understanding to what we think intelligence is, and has developed ‘The Andersen Attitude Methodology’ to enable teachers and parents to understand the importance of emotional sensitivity and language in the development of student ability. He has dedicated 40 years of his life to help children to learn better in school.


His books explain in great detail how children really learn and why school consistently fails to educate our children better. These books are said, by professors and parents around the world, to be some of the best books written about school, society and learning.


These are seven very important books that should be read by every parent and educator in the world. They represent a real breakthrough in our understanding of what intelligence is and how it develops, and the importance of changing the ways students are both parented and educated. The work Roy is doing for learning is as significant as was done in the past by figures such as John Dewey.

“These are must-reads for both parents and educators alike.”

-Prof/Dean Emeritus David Martin PhD, Gallaudet University, Washington DC, USA

“Roy, your writing is beautiful. It is as if I read a novel by Jane Austen.”

-Helen Hadar-Hen, Israel.

Information to parents and educationalists on these books and how to purchase them is given at the end of the story of ‘The Woman’.

Customer Reviews
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  • Rosemary Bloomberg. Israel

    "I've had a preview of this book and it is astounding. It gripped me from page 1 right till the end. It is a long time since I have sat down and enjoyed a read as good as this one. It captivated me, as did Treasure Island when I was a child."

  • Rosemary Bloomberg Israel

    "I've had a preview of this book and it is astounding. It gripped me from page 1 right till the end. It is a long time since I have sat down and enjoyed a read as good as this one. It captivated me, as did Treasure Island when I was a child."

  • Irina Novitskaia

    “A skillfully crafted adventure full of twists and turns, in which a tender love story is set against the backdrop of English smugglers, foreign pirates and the intrigue that harvested a revolution to create America. A beautifully told story with Daphne du Maurier’s understanding of engineering suspense, bound to gather momentum.”

  • Gwen Lavert U.S.A.

    “The Woman" conjures up all the love, passion and adventure of “Gone with the Wind”. Roy Andersen's romantic novel takes the reader from Cornish smuggling, and high seas adventures into the turbulent time of the American Revolution. This book is a riveting page turner.”

  • Lydia Cooper, South Africa

    Roy….thank you! I started reading the first bits and was immediately hooked (this does not often happen, maybe once a year, I'm SUPER fussy about books, I've read too many...). You are a fantastic writer - no wonder you have such high applause from your critics!

  • Lone Birgitte Skov Jensen, Denmark

    Dear Roy I really like your way of writing. Your narrative writing style captures me as a reader in your universe.

  • Helen Hadar-Hen, Israel

    Roy, your writing is beautiful. It is as if I read a novel by Jane Austin. I am fascinated and very much impressed.

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