I'm reading Await Your Reply by Dan Chaon right now. I'm about halfway through it. It's so good I want to take the book and smack someone on the arm with it, going "How can it be so good?!" It's described on the back as a literary sort of thriller, which doesn't say much. More specifically, it's the interwoven stories of three people, which I can see now are all eventually going to weave together. Lucy is a just-graduated 18 year old who has run off with her history teacher to a motel in the middle of nowhere, Nebraska. Ryan is involved with some shady dealing I'm not totally clear on - the book opens with him on the way to his hospital after his hand has been cut off. And Miles is searching for his schizophrenic twin brother in a town north of the Arctic Circle.
It's so good! So intriguing! It's got a lot of plot, but it's not one of those books where the characters exist to just move the plot along. I actually care about them, and they feel like real people.