I'm vaguely tempted to buy it, but only because it's a book I feel I should read—due to the brouhaha that briefly surrounded Frey's fiction factory and because it was made into a movie, etc.—rather than a book that I really want to read.
Georgette Heyer's A Blunt Instrument—if you've only read her romances, you're missing out. I might love her mysteries even MORE.
Lauren Oliver's Before I Fall—Groundhog Day... OF DEATH. Seriously, this one is super, and the protagonist starts off as a pretty unlikable Mean Girl-type, which is unusual and makes her arc all the more satisfying.
Jane Yolen's Cards of Grief—Um. So I didn't know that Jane Yolen had written books for the adult audience. Should I snag it?