Alone and All
During the height of her successful corporate career in 1986 when Aida Beatrice Sareno met Brigdon Westerly, an architect and English aristocrat, the
magic of the human heart took control without knowing much of each other's background. When critical activities greatly intensified in yet another phase of the Cold War, Aida faced unusual and mysterious events that led her to discover Brigdon's deep commitment in British secret intelligence. Danger surrounded them. Various unmitigated disasters plagued them. Silent victories unfolded one upon another that continually kept them apart. Despite the myriad of human machinations surrounding that included their destruction, they managed to keep close their communication. He protected her. She protected him with silence and immobility. Finally responding to God's call, Aida became a cloistered nun whilst Brigdon kept her his reason to living.
Book Review by Colin Ian Jeffery, Surrey,...