"There will be no traces of people here" Zavadsky
Thriller, adventure, disaster, survival horror. I read it in several evenings. Dynamic, intriguing, in some places the author does not bother describing the scenery in order to captivate and not let get bored. Asks questions about which we are modestly silent. Why does the Earth need us at all? I recommend reading.
All three books by Gillian Flynn. "Gone", written by the latter, is indeed the most multifaceted, it has a powerful social connotation. However, "Dark Mysteries" and especially "Sharp Objects" are excellent detective thrillers in and of themselves. They retain Flynn's trademark cynicism and sarcastic spontaneity. The first book was turned into a film with Charlize Theron (at the box office in Russia since September 10), the second - into the AMC series (scheduled for release in 2016).
I support the answer about the Fandorin series. It is still being replenished with books - the last one came out a few months ago.
Also from detective stories, but already foreign, I would advise John Grisham, for example The Pelican Case. There is even an old film adaptation of this book starring Nicole Kidman.
Michael Robotham - Suspect. A very interesting psychological detective story. Well, Le Carre - Spy out, also a good romance with a pleasant heavy atmosphere.
An absolutely amazing series of books about the adventures of Erast Petrovich Fandorin, Boris Akunin. Start with the very first book "Azazel" and never come off!
The answer will probably not be very original, but here I can advise you to contact Stephen King. For example, two excellent books: The Shining and Misery. There is both horror and detective. It is incredibly interesting to read)
The silkworm is the second book about detective Cormoran Strike. The first is Cuckoo's calling. Very interesting and sometimes frightening books, but not devoid of descriptions of human relationships
J. Verdon, "Close your eyes tight" is very addictive, the plot is a bit trivial, but you understand this already at half past one in the night, when half a book is behind
Yu. Nesbe, "Snowman" and "Blood in the Snow" - detective stories with a Scandinavian touch, famously wrapped up intrigue and an unusual protagonist
Chevy Stevens, "Still missing" - I don't know if this book has been translated into Russian, but , damn it, this is the most addicting thriller I've read!
"Smilla and Her Sense of Snow" by Peter Hug. A detective story with thriller elements and a touch of mysticism. The first book that gave the author worldwide recognition.