The Unburied, by Charles Palliser. Victorian "whodunnit," by the author of The Quincunx.
All This, and Heaven Too, by Rachel Field. Mid-19th century, about a French woman who is accused of a murder, later immigrating to the US.
The Conqueror, by Georgette Heyer. I'd always dismissed Heyer as being a poor woman's Jane Austen, but I found this in Barnes and Noble the other day and deicded to give her a chance.
An Inconvenient Wife, by Megan Chance. Chance wrote The Spiritualist; and I liked it well enough to want to read more of her.
The Nebuly Coat, by John Meade Falkner. Originally published in 1903, this book is set in the 1860s. The author's been compared to everyone from Dickens to Michael Cox.
Another book I have in my hot little hands is Philippa Gregory's latest. I've read mixed reviews of it, but I'm going to see for myself what people are talking about.