I love the Black Daggar Brotherhood.. J.R. Ward
Inspector Wallender series by Henning Mankell.
Inspector Rebus series by Ian Rankin
Inspector Morse series by (excuse the brain fart)
Harry Bosche series by Michael Connolley
Anything by Daniel Silva.
Anything by Jo Nesbo
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.