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In the harrowing "mean streets" tradition of TV's Cops, Steven Sloan's novel is a gritty look at the world of police officers assigned the dangerous Deep Nights shift. Sloan introduces readers to the dark vortex of a small Texas town, where criminals of the night prey upon the innocent. Working the deep nights shift, you ride along with Sloan as he comes face to face with convenience-store robbers, drunks and other "worst of the worst." Sloan learns a "loose" thirteen-year-old girl whom he has befriended like a kid sister, has been grabbed in a brazen abduction. Is the stunning disappearance related to an on-the-loose serial rapist? Can Sloan crack the case before his young friend is raped and murdered?
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About the Author
While laid off from his job as a pilot, Steven Sloan spent a few years as a cop in Texas. After returning to flying, he entertained his cockpit colleagues on the long overwater flights with tales from his police days. During most of his diverse life as a cop, an entrepreneur, and an airline pilot his writing was strictly business related with reports, memos, and business plans occupying most of his writing time. Turning to novels a few years ago, he is becoming a prolific author of police and aviation stories. He can often be found writing on the aft deck of his boat in Castle Peak Bay where he lives and continues to fly wide-body jets for a Hong Kong airline.