Aside from my textbook for class, I have just started Wylding Hall by Elizabeth Hand. It's the story of a band who stayed in an isolated old house in the English countryside to work on an album, which led to the disappearance of the lead singer. It's told in the format of snippets of interviews with the band and their manager for a documentary made years afterwards, so everybody's an unreliable narrator. I'm enjoying it so far.
I've also just started Too Rich by Melissa Chan, a feminist detective novel set in Sydney. So far, so good with that too.