Lion’s Blood by Steven Barnes. Got about a third of the way through but wasn’t finding it particularly interesting, so stopped.
Players by Paul McAuley. As above, except I only made it a quarter of the way through this one.
In Order To Live by Yeonmi Park. This was OK, I suppose, but I wouldn’t see any need to read it again. It’s the memoir of a North Korean refugee who ended up in South Korea after some time in China, which could have been interesting but it was quite blandly written, pretty much just a recitation of “this happened, then this happened, then this happened”.