I'm on vacation, so it's okay to stay up past my bedtime reading. Here's what I've finished recently...
Check out Brad Meltzer's The Tenth Justice. This is one of his earlier thrillers. In this one, a young, ambitious Supreme Court clerk gets himself mixed up in an extortion plot. He learns quickly that you can't trust anyone in Washington, DC.
I also finished Bill Crider's Too Late to Die. This was the first in his Sheriff Dan Rhodes series. I've read quite of few later ones, but I'd never read the beginning of the story. I love his small-town Texas characters.
I enjoyed Nancy J. Cohen's Permed to Die. This was a fun, fast read. Her amateur sleuth is a hair stylist. This is also the first in this series.
Right now, I'm reading Maggie King's debut novel, Murder at the Book Group.