New releases for week of April 21

  Secret Service agents Sean King and Michelle Maxwell return this week in David Baldacci’s new thriller, “First Family.” After surviving their adventures in “Simple Genius,” the pair now are called on by the first lady to rescue a child kidnapped during a birthday party at Camp David.
  Also expected out this week is the latest installment in “The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency” series by Alexander McCall Smith. In “Tea Time for the Traditionally Built,” Mma Ramotswe is enlisted by the owner of a soccer team, who thinks sabotage is to blame for the team’s losing streak. Though busy investigating the soccer mystery, Precious must face a variety of personal problems, including a troubling noise coming from her beloved white van.
  Also hitting shelves: “B Is for Beer” by Tom Robbins; “Dark Tower: Treachery” by Peter David; “Deadlock” by Iris Johansen; “Getting a Grip” by Monica Seles; “Loitering with Intent” by Stuart Woods; “Not Becoming My Mother: And Other Things She Taught Me Along the Way” by Ruth Reichl; “The Perfect Poison (Arcane Society Series No. 6)” by Amanda Quick; “Shadows Still Remain” by Peter De Jonge; “The Winter Vault” by Anne Michaels; “Bad Girls Don’t Die” by Katie Alender; “Atlas of Unknowns” by Tania James; and “Follow Me” by Joanna Scott.

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