Last night I started reading Brief Encounters with Che Guevara, a collection of stories by Ben Fountain.
So far, not just good, but excellent.
Here's an excerpt from the first story, "Near-Extinct Birds of the Central Cordillera":
"I'm not a spy," Blair answered in his wired, earnest way. "I'm an ornithologist. I study birds."
"However," Alberto continued, "if they wanted to send a spy, they wouldn't send somebody who looked like a spy. So the fact that you don't look like a spy makes me think you're a spy."
Blair considered. "And what if I did look like a spy?"
"Then I'd think you were a spy."