I love the Black Daggar Brotherhood.. J.R. Ward
Inspector Wallender series by Henning Mankell.<br />
Inspector Rebus series by Ian Rankin<br />
Inspector Morse series by (excuse the brain fart)<br />
Harry Bosche series by Michael Connolley<br />
Anything by Daniel Silva.<br />
Anything by Jo Nesbo<br />
And a few more that I can't recall right now. Check with me later.
I've just started reading "Titus Groan" by Mervyn Peake. It's the first in a trilogy, this might be something special.
Codex Alera by Jim Butcher.
Leo Tolstoy's - 'Anna Karenina' , 'The Kingdom of God is Within You', ' The Death Ivan Ilych', 'Resurrection', 'What Love Is, God Is', he has many many more. i guess it's more of a collection, i am currently re-reading The Kingdom of God, i'm giving it more attention to detail this time, i'm not a quickstudy, it takes awhile for me to understand things. i also help take care of my g-children so my progress is slow. i'm happy to see that you read and the others who answered this question read : )
Book? They still make them? LOL
The Dark Tower because of its non-predictability. The seventh and last book redefines unpredictability. :)
Chronicles of Narnia
Or the Screwtape Letters.