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"Glenn was proud of his position as chief ranger, but the adjustment from being out on the streets to jockeying a desk had not been an easy one to make. On the day of his promotion, a retiring ranger had told Glenn, “The Niagara River is just as calm below the falls as above… but the transition can kill you.”
"Once you'd been in the business awhile, you lost faith in your ability to make a difference."
"Climbing the ladder of authority in the Park Service, like ascending any corporate or political structure, required less attention to detail and far more general viciousness. You had to claw at those above, kick at those below, and pray to whatever god was currently on the throne that you didn't fall off."
"If ` ifs' and ` buts' were candy and nuts, we'd all have a merry Christmas."
I will re-read this story and look forward to other works by these authors.
My better feelings told me this must be just a good piece of fiction yet I kept wondering if some of it was coming from fact...which made the story even more exciting. The cub scouts roaming in the park had me anxious for thrir safety ... and I am not certain I ever did learm what happened to the little lost scout or if he was found alive and safe. I was hoping for some romance between the female bear expert and the handsome park supervisor. I found the characters, both good and bad, interesting. It was certainly a page turner, gripping, terrorizing story. The surroundings breathtaking, some spooky, some bustling with excitement, some deathly quiet and nerve wracking. All in all a great learning story . I liked it and would recommend it for those who like adventure with some terrorizing mystery. CLB