Brigitte Kruger Kassa has lived a life that resembles adventure fiction. This autobiography is a page turner that begins during WW II and continues on a global scale to its conclusion on a small Caribbean island.
Born in Berlin in 1939, her early years were spent in war torn Germany. WW II and its aftermath disrupted her family's life and when she was age 19, Brigitte struck out on her own. She survived life threatening challenges before eventually ending up in Monte Carlo as manager / part owner of a gypsi night club. The club was favored by jet setters of the 1960's and clientele included such names as Onassis, Zas Zsa Gabor, and many other famous individuals.
Brigitte met a successful businessman at her club who became her life partner and she moved to his home in New Jersey, USA. His international business took them to virtually every corner of the world and many stories are included in the book of the fascinating people they met.
During their courtship, Brigitte told her future husband of her dream to live on a tropical island and as they traveled the world, they began exploring tropical locations. They selected Little Cayman, a remote Caribbean island with no roads, no electricity, and no retail businesses as a place to settle. The balance of the book details the many challenges faced in pioneering settlement in this tropical paradise where Ms. Kassa continues to make her home.