A couple I've read since lockdown started.
The Henna Artist by Alka Joshi. About a henna artist in 1950s India who also provides her rich clients with herbal remedies to help them conceive and to have "natural" abortions. Such lovely, vivid descriptions of India. Good characters. Malik, Lakshmi's small child "assistant," is probably my favorite character. The only character the book missed on was Radha, Lakshmi's sister. I think the book could really have benefited from a POV chapter from her. But overall a very good read.
Thorn by intisar Khanani, a young adult Goose Girl retelling. I wasn't expecting a whole lot from this one but it's surprisingly pretty good.
All Your Twisted Secrets by Diana Urban. Teens get locked together in a room, forced to reveal secrets, blah blah blah. The characters are archetypes. The plot is decent, flashing back and forth between present and past. There's a twist that I didn't like or buy. This one was just ok.