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    Love this bottle! I received this bottle at a discounted price for an unbiased is so easy to dismantle and clean.I washed it out,put some strawberries in the center piece and popped it in the fridge over night.had wonderful tasting water without all the pieces of fruit floating around since it s all contained.

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  • Robert McArthur - Highly recommended.

    The only problem I have with John Sandford's novels is that it is too long a wait until the next one is published. This latest effort returns to Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension investigator Virgil "that Eff'n" Flowers. Flowers is tasked by his bosses to recover some property taken in a very unique and unusual heist. Unfortunately, Flowers doesn't have much help, is working against a very tight deadline, and is under heavy pressure from the public and the press to get results. Eventually, the theft turns to murder when the criminal "mastermind" disposes of several accomplices to elude capture. Along the way, we meet Flower's new girlfriend Frankie, Frankie's sister Sparkle, and Sparkle's part time Catholic priest boyfriend. Also involved are a Chinese millionaire, his jealous and greedy son, and a family of small time Armenian criminals with an interesting sense of honor and obligation. Last but not least we have a parade of eccentrics in the business of selling alternative medicines. All of this eventually fits together in a startling conclusion. This book has a lighter tone than some of Sandford's previous books and it makes for a pleasant change. Highly recommended.