I'm reading Iron and Velvet (Kate Kane Investigations Book 1) by Alexis Hall and enjoying it a lot. It's very funny. I'm also reading The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl by Issa Rae (a collection of essays, funny and insightful, review coming soon) and quite a few comic books.
Currently reading Fred Vargas' "Dog will have his day". I had a burst of reading his work some years ago, but he dropped off my radar until I saw this novel on display at the local library. He is a four times winner of the CWA (no, not Country Women's Association) International Dagger Award, and is described as the French answer to the Swedish crime genre. The book plodded for the first half, but is now picking up speed. My memory has been jogged and I realise I have met some of the characters previously, although I need to fill in the gaps with some of his other tales.
I read "The Rosie Effect" earlier in the year, having thoroughly enjoyed "The Rosie Project" by Graeme Simision. After I rationalise three rooms in my house of grandchildren's toys and unread newspapers I may have time for a review of these two most enjoyable novels.