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One more best of 2012 LIst, oh but you've got to see this one :)

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I was trolling on the blog boards earlier today and I happened across Jedidiah's post titled The Ones That Got Away.

It's his ten best titles of 2012 that he's yet to read, but thinks they would have made his best list if he had read them.

Fantastic idea !!

So I did warn him that I was stealing the idea although I'm giving him credit for it.

Okay so here's the ones that got away from me.

The Casual Vacancy  

Rapture (Fallen Angels Series #4)  

The Witness  

Gone Girl  

Widow's Web  

Mad River (Virgil Flowers Series #6)  

 

 

Those are mine, what's yours?