I finished The Hilltop, The Girl Who Loved Camellias and Blood-Drenched Beard last week (the third I finished just last night) and now that New York City is basically shut down due to the snowstorm that's starting any minute I will probably spend the day diving into a new set of reads.
I'm still working my way through Ludmila Ulitskaya's short story collection Sonechka; I have two stories left to finish.
I also started Damon Galgut's Arctic Summer, a fictionalization of the life of E.M. Forster, and I'm enjoying it. It's not an easy read. Forster, or Morgan as he's called, is portrayed as deeply introverted and misogynistic. But the narrative is addictive and I'm flying through it.
Finally I started John Reimringer's 2011 novel Vestments, about a priest from a blue collar Midwestern family who comes home for a visit after being involved in a scandal. It's about the day to day life of a man of the Church, family dynamics and the city of St. Paul. I'm not very far into it but I like its moody, introspective tone.