I'm starting with a rather obvious sort of choice; Hilary Mantel's Bring Up The Bodies, the 'sequel' to Wolf Hall and the continuing political machinations of Thomas Cromwell. Not everyone's cup of tea but I loved it!
Next - two very atmospheric and very different novels
Archipelago by Monique Roffey - a hauntingly beautiful story of loss and recovery set against the backdrop of the Caribbean
The Book of Summers by Emylia Hall - a wonderful evocation of long, hot Hungarian summers mixed with long hidden family secrets
Two historical novels both asking the question How do you define family - by birth or by upbringing?
Ben Elton's family-history inspired Two Brothers
and ML Stedman's The Light Between Oceans
Two crime novels;
The Calling by Neil Cross - spin off from BBC's Luther series; hard-hitting and violent, a story that left me reeling.
and the marginally cosier (though not by much) Vanished by Liza Marklund
Three books that I'll rather loosely label as 'local'
David Calcutt's re-telling of the traditional tales of Robin Hood
Steven Dunn's rather too close to home thriller, Deity
and Edward Hogan's The Hunger Trace
For teens, YA and anyone really - Celia Rees' This Is Not Forgiveness
a compelling, disturbing read that I couldn't put down
For younger readers, the magical Wolf Princess by Cathryn Constable - a wonderful, enthralling delight of a book set in an abandoned Russian palace in the depths of a snowy forest.