Burial Rites. It is the fictionalised story of the last woman to be excecuted in Iceland. Or The Blind Assassin by Margaret Atwood - anything by Margaret Atwood is usually a good bet. Nora Webster by Colm Toibin was also very good.
I loved The Goldfinch. I recently read "Our Endless Numbered Days" by Clare Fuller which was good. I read "Exposure" by Helen Dunmore on holiday and that was exceptional. I was initially put off because it was about spies but actually it was far more about a husband and wife and their relationship. Helen Dunmore always writes well and this was one of her best I think.
I'm currently half way through "The Essex Serpent" which I'm enjoying.
The past by Tessa Hadley is a good holiday read. My 2 favourite reads in a long-time though have been The Pilgrimage of Harold Fry and the companion Book The love story of Miss Quennie Hennessey. Such well written unique books.