I'm a sucker for a good legal thriller. I like detective stories and mysteries, books where the main characters are cops or lawyers, or where the book itself centers around a legal case. Here are a few I've recently read:
The best thing about loving Michael Connelly is that you never run out of books to read! The Gods of Guilt is his most recent one in the Mickey Haller series (most popular for including The Lincoln Lawyer). Haller is a successful but struggling defense attorney who discovers that one of his former clients has just been murdered. In discovering that he may have been the one to put her life in danger, Haller works in his tireless fashion to uncover the truth behind her death. This novel is standard Connelly - suspenseful, some good courtroom drama, some unnecessary drama in Haller's personal life, and generally entertaining. I like having these sorts of books to consistently come back to - I always know what I'm going to get - not winning a Pulitzer anytime soon, but certainly never disappointing.