If you love suspense, this is your class. On September 12 we examine Colson Whitehead's HARLEM SHUFFLE, a novel about family; corruption grips Harlem in the 50s and 60s. Dallas-born writer Deborah Crombie takes us to England on October 10 with A BITTER FEAST as detectives Kincaid and James go for a "relaxing" weekend. November 14 Rex Stout's Nero Wolfe finds a man who has purchased a champion bull he plans to barbecue in Some Buried Caesar. And on December 12, our series ends with Hillary Rodham Clinton's and Louise Penny's best-selling STATE OF TERROR; can the Secretary of State end terrorist attacks?