This a story of ‘faction’.
What is true and what is invention
is for the reader to decide.
It is the story of a man who made a fool
of himself and paid the price.
It is story of something that happens
all too often and with depressing regularity
in today’s society.
A story that illustrates just how thin is
the ice we skate on.
The safety net between safety and disaster
is surprisingly fragile.
The stories of Vera, Rocco, Alfredo, Nino
Enrico and Alina are depressingly true.
Their names have been changed.
It seemed the right thing to do.
The only other thing that changes
in this tale is the life of the hero himself.
In his new life on the street.
David deVeson started his professional career in London as Art Editor on London Life, Woman's Mirror and The Tatler. He later worked in advertising for many years as Creative Director for McCann-Erickson and Ogilvy & Mather in England, Italy, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Spain and Portugal. Later he directed television commercials throughout Europe, The Middle East and Australia. Founding partner of the production company B.F.C.S and Partners in Milan, he now concentrates on photography and writing from his home in Umbria.
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