I've recently finished Crime and Punishment
by Fido Dogstoevsky... oops, I mean Fyodor Dostoevsky.
A great book; even though it's rather hefty, it's a genuine page-turner, and I loved every moment of it. I'm now reading a collection of short stories by Tolstoy.
On the audio book front, I finished the 32-hour Don Quixote
. On the one hand, I miss the blundering knight, but on the other, the story dragged a bit towards the end, I think Cervantes just couldn't bring himself to end it, until he finally did. The next audio book I'm listening to is Agatha Christie's collection of (mostly Poirot) short stories, The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding