These observations aside, there is much to like about Confessions of the Night Ranger by Daniel C. Friend. It is especially rich in insight and understanding of the seventies in America and the impact of the period on the decades which followed, right up to the present time. If you work in the park and nature preserve field, or other allied fields such as botanical gardens, historic homes, museums, etc., you will most likely be engaged by the history and observations that Friend offers with regard to interpreting your resource for the general public. Finally, while the pace of the book is probably not brisk enough to hold the attention of the occasional reader, regular readers with time and patience will find the author to be an interesting man, to whom most people can relate, who has an interesting story to tell.
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