I'm reading "A Gentleman in Moscow" by Amor Towles and love it. He writes with lots of alliteration that rolls right off your tongue and pops pretty much off the page.
"...it was hosted by the high or the humble..."
'impression of an imperious young lady'
'human beings are so capricious, so complex, so contradictory, that they deserve our consideration...'
Every page is plum packed with alliterations. Even the chapter headings all begin with A or a group of A words. I love this kind of writing. Amor has my vote. I must also read his best selling book,
'Rules of Civility'.