Peripheral Vision

By David Milligan-Croft

General fiction, Literary fiction, Crime & mystery | eBook


After being blinded in one eye by his abusive father, Peripheral Vision tells the story of 11-year-old Danny Kane growing up in 1970s northern England. His violent upbringing results in his descent into a life of drugs and crime. As he reaches adulthood he realises that the only way out of his spiralling slide into perdition is to find the one thing that he treasured most – his childhood friend, Sally, who was taken into care after the death of her mother. Can the search for his long-lost love lead to Danny's redemption?



David Milligan-Croft was born in West Yorkshire in 1964. He studied graphic design at Jacob Kramer College of Art in Leeds and has lived in England, Scotland, New Zealand, Italy and Ireland working as a Creative Director, Art Director and Writer for the Advertising Industry. He has won over 100 awards for creativity and effectiveness in the field of advertising and design. David was recently shortlisted for The Guardian TV Pitch Review for his comedy-drama series, The Bible, II. Judged by illustrious American producers/execs such as: Amy Sherman-Palladino, creator of Gilmore Girls and Bunheads; Larry Andries, producer and writer for Supernatural, Alias and Six Feet Under; Dee Johnson, executive producer and writer for Nashville, formerly of The Good Wife, ER and Melrose Place; and Stuart Heritage, Guardian television, film and music writer. David was also shortlisted for the Independent on Sunday Short Story Competition in 1997. His short story, Woman's Best Friend, also appears in the IOS New Stories published by Bloomsbury. His screenplay, of the same name, was optioned by Irish production company Nomad Productions in 1999. His poetry has been widely published in Ireland, Britain and the US in anthologies and periodicals such as: The Literary Review, (U.S); Envoi; Cyphers; Electric Acorn; W.P. Monthly; Lifelines 3; The Haiku Quarterly and The Amnesty International Anthology, Human Rights Have No Borders. David is the author of six feature-length screenplays, six short films, a collection of short stories, a poetry collection, two stories for children, and two novels.


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David Milligan-Croft was born in West Yorkshire in 1964. He studied graphic design at Jacob Kramer College of Art in Leeds and has lived in England, Scotland, New Zealand, Italy and Ireland working as a Creative Director, Art Director and Writer for the Advertising Industry. He has won over 100 awards for creativity and effectiveness in the field of advertising and design. David was recently sh...


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