Steven Sloan


Steven Sloan was born in Canada and grew up in Texas. He learned to fly while still in high school and soon thereafter became a flight instructor. During an aviation downturn, with his instructing opportunities dwindling to nothing, one of his students, a Dallas policeman, suggested he knew where Sloan could find work.

Sloan attended the police academy and became a policeman. He worked the interesting, exciting streets for several years but eventually returned to flying. Since that time he's entertained his flying colleagues with tales of his police days.

Eventually deciding to write stories based on events he experienced, Sloan's becoming a prolific author of police and aviation stories. His first police story will be published in the fall of 2010 and a second crime novel will soon follow. Sloan's first aviation story is in development with a publishing date to be set soon.

Steven Sloan lives in Hong Kong where he continues to fly jets for a Hong Kong airline. For more information visit

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Deep Nights
Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 50,860. Language: English. Published: August 27, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Short Stories
In the harrowing “mean streets” tradition of TV’s Cops, Steven Sloan’s novel is a gritty look at the world of cops assigned the Deep Nights shift where you ride along with Sloan as he faces convenience-store robbers, drunks and other “worst of the worst.” Sloan learns a young girl has been grabbed in a brazen abduction.