"Malice" by, um... John Gwynne. In the past few years there seems to be a surge of more action-oriented fantasy (that is, getting away from bloated world-building and focusing on moving the story). So far I would put this in the same category, along with Abercrombie, Weeks, Daglish, Sullivan.
"The Witching Hour" by Anne Rice. Even though I'm halfway through "The Vampire Lestat" in my crusade to read all the vampire books, I had the urge to start this one too.