My Soul to Keep - Tananarive Due
Not bad, competently written, and I like the way it focuses on the aspects of trying to live as an immortal in ordinary society, goes into the psychology of the immortal Dawit in a surprisingly believable way. Gripping less because of the plot (though that's fairly twisty) than because the characters are attaching. The one thing I didn't like was the sappiness of the religious talk, the references to heaven and blessings and such -- even a pretty good writer like Due can't make that less than nauseating.