Reckless by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips
I'm a a big fan of this creative team's crime comics. This hardcover trade focuses on a man named Ethan Reckless in the early 1980's. He's sort of a low-grade, sloppy, one-man A-Team. He was once an FBI undercover agent that infiltrated a violent anti-war group in the late years of the Vietnam War. It ended badly, leaving him with a scar. He now makes ends meet by working out of a closed movie theater and hiring himself out to people who need help with a non-advertised 800 number. People who are often shady with conflicting agendas. Things start going sideways when a woman from his undercover past reaches out to him. Great dialogue, gritty art, and realistic violence. Check it out.
The Trouble With Peace by Joe Abercrombie
The First Law series is always fun for a grim-dark fantasy world. It's a mix of steampunk colliding with a more savage land of Norse vikings. The wry humor in the narrative and dialogue is my favorite part. The POV characters all think they're in the right, but almost always do the wrong thing that achieves the exact opposite result of their intentions. This is most true for Leo, a heroic idiot who is easy to manipulate, especially by the ambitious Savine. The foppish Prince Orso emerges as the most likable character as civil war creeps closer and closer. Steven Pacey does a great job with the audio book reading with many distinct voices. Give it a read or listen.