I've just finished my third book by Charles Stross straight after being introduced to him by a few short stories from Tor.
I find myself needing more.
Stross may be my new favorite science fiction author. I still enjoy Larry Niven, but his writing is graspable by my knowledge of astronomy and physics, or maybe its just that it has become comfortable after so many years of reading. Stross' work is just barely comprehensible with my knowledge of computers and what I've read of Lovecraft. It makes everything I read seem that much more fantastic.
I'm definitely going to read as much of his stuff that I can find.