What Nightfall Holds

by Richard Sloane


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/21/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 88
ISBN : 9781728324111
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 88
ISBN : 9781728324104

About the Book

A descriptive chronicle of criminal events, antisocial behavior, mistaken sin and a blurry moral justification, developed alongside the discovery of a vast emotional spectrum, “What Nightfall Holds” is the stupefyingly blunt story of the incidents and conclusions that molded a boy and his ignorance, grief and fury into something resembling the shape of a normal man. Spanning nearly two and a half decades and filled with insightful quotes, philosophy and a veritable felonious playbook of tips, gear and methods utilized by the author to operate illegally with success, Sloane’s confession offers a rare and unorthodox view of the jaw-dropping world either unknown or ignored by the general populace, where shadows make vague the lines between what is permissible and what is possible. Whether finally determined to be a pariah, vigilante, or even a genuine public enemy, this man’s ideals will no doubt make some readers question theirs.


About the Author

Richard Sloane is the pseudonym of a career criminal well known to the state of Tennessee and it’s justice system. A mere GED graduate with no journalism or related degrees, yet astoundingly knowledgeable and literate. Sloane has spent almost a quarter century exercising illicit skills while wrestling with abnormal motivations and a possible unhinged social disorder of the mind. From cat burglar, bodyguard, drug dealer and hired muscle, to nihilistic villain and radical hunter of sexual deviants and bullies, “Dickie” Sloane is the most experienced, driven and invisible outlaw you’ve never heard of. With no wife, children or any other real responsibilities forcing him to lay down roots, he has wandered in search of significance and satisfaction where few have dared to tread, and where fewer still have emerged ready for round 2