Since end of last year my commuter time has increased significantly. As I can't do much work in this time (security of data a.s.) and I don't like to have private phone calls then (privacy) it is excellent time to read, so my bag is filled with at least 1 book (most of the time more).
Currently, well the last couple of weeks, I am sucked into the thriller world of Karin Slaughter.
After the Sara Linton series en part of the Will Trent series, now switched to the combined Sara & Will series. Unfortunately my local library hasn't all the books
Also awaiting for me is another book in the Flavia de Luce series:https://www.goodreads.com...ries/46160-flavia-de-luce
During my recent vacation, I finished 6 books, amongst them one of Slaughters "stand alones": Cop Town. Awesome read, it is settled in Atlanta, too, but in 1974 Atlanta, which is rather interesting. I mean, without all that computer, cell phone & modern analysis methods stuff. Just pure police work, and spiced with all that the "woman should stay home and get children" and "blacks will be blacks here in the south, always" attitudes which were normal back then. So I found it very authentic. And thrilling, as usual.
I also had the 2016 Pulitzer Price winner for fiction, "The Sympathizer" by Viet Thanh Nguyen. It was his debut novel, and I thought, hey if they give hi my the Pulitzer for his debut, it must be good. And it was. Gives you a whole other view of Vietnam War.
Currently I am halfway through "City on Fire" by Garth Risk Hallberg, which is also (so far) very interesting read, like 9 stories culminating in one murder, switching between past and present (while present is New York 1977).