Three I didn't finish, one quit half way, the other near the end, the other never really got into...
First one, The Woman in the Woods, by John Connelly, 2018, get many stars on Amazon but it was way too long, way too boring, characters I don't care about and way too much ghostly unbelievable stuff. Happy to leave it half way.
Jo Nesbo's Macbeth, 2018, may be ok but I could not keep anyone straight. So stopped.
Third one was o.k., not badly written, but did not care what happened and was not interested in the characters. Sigh. Where It Hurts by Reed Farrell Coleman. 2017. It also has many stars on Amazon.
Whisky from Small Glasses, 2015, by Scottish writer Denzin Meyrick was pretty good. May even read another one by him.