I'm just finishing Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens. It's suspenseful! A big film adaptation has just come out and I've committed to finishing the book first.
Also, after years of deliberately avoiding literature written about New Orleans' 2005 Hurricane Katrina, I finally dug into Zeitoun by Dave Eggers. I thought it was excellent. It certainly does not reflect well on FEMA, federal or state disaster /emergency relief preparedness, nor should it.
Old news, but if you haven't read Born a Crime yet, listen to it narrated by Trevor Noah himself. Incredibly informative, to me, about apartheid South Africa and Noah brings code switching, many African languages and accents to life. He also worships his late mother, which is a gift.