Confessions of the Night Ranger by Daniel C. Friend

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CONFESSIONS OF THE NIGHT RANGER is the true story of one California State Park Ranger's adventures in the Santa Cruz Mountains during the turbulent 1970s, when the area was haunted by notorious serial killers, motorcycle gangs and packs of wild dogs. Dangerous and exciting as the job of a Ranger was, the greatest challenge came not from the environment, or even from the people, but from the out-of-control Chief Ranger. This is a story that is part adventure, part drama, part tragedy and part soap opera. Most surprising of all, it is all true.

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Published December 21, 2011 by Inkwater Press. 560 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs.

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Seattle PI

In his introduction, Friend states that his aim is to share "what it was like to be a California State Park ranger during the turbulent 1970's, what was going on with crime in the Santa Cruz Mountains, and finally, the challenges I was facing in my personal as well as professional lives."

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