A friend gave me T. Kingfisher's The Hollow Places.
Generally, the horror genre isn't my thing, but the book pulled me in quickly and kept me turning the pages.
Kingfisher is a pen name, obviously at least partly an homage to Stephen King, and Kingfisher's novel reminds me of a King work. I liked the quirkiness of the setting; I liked the fortitude of our two bumbling, stumbling main characters; I liked the roller-coaster pace of the book.
I breezed through the book in about 3 days, probably faster than it deserved, but it was right for me.