The Ghost Shift, John Gapper

Contemporary spy novel/murder mystery set in Hong Kong. I thought there were two particularly brilliant things about this: 1) The protagonist finds herself reliving the steps (with small variations) of the murder victim's last days and hours; 2) The setting is incredibly creepy because there's this pervasive sense of being nobody, a person with no rights, whether that's the Guangdong factory, or the CIA black site. There's a nefarious mystery plot, of course, but the factory chapters with the description of the living and working conditions should be required reading for all Americans.