Just finished Gene Wolfe's latest novel The Sorcerer's House. It's a much better read than his previous An Evil Guest. It's a contemporary urban fantasy closer I'd say to his Castleview or There Are Doors than anything else. I won't spoil the plot but it starts when a recently released ex-con called Baxter Dunn inherits a strange, rundown old house with plenty of secrets.
If you're not a fan of Wolfe already here's a nice little guide to reading his works from Neil Gaiman coincidentally whom Wolfe dedicates The Sorcerer's House too.
His book, The Book of The New Sun, gets a highly favourable review from The Guardian, asking if it's scifi's equivalent of Ulysses? Yes is my answer.
Want a moook? I think you do and I think you want the one called The City of the Godbrain.