Rocks Off remains fascinated with obscure holidays like World Rabies Day. Usually we focus on either lesser-known American holidays, or international holidays endorsed by the United Nations. Today though, we decided to branch out to other countries and wish a happy Independence Day to the cit ... More >>
Photo courtesy Murder by the BookDavid Thompson, 1975-2010For avid fans of the murder mystery genre, you'd think death was commonplace. But not when it snatches away one of our own. So we loyal patrons of Murder by the Book, Houston's go-to place for all things murder and mystery, are devastated ... More >>
Photo by Kelly CampbellIt's been a good year for author Steve Berry. His new release The Paris Vendetta debuted at Number 9 on The New York Times bestseller list (no little feat since the list was already filled with heavy hitters like John Grisham, Michael Crichton, Stephen King and Sue Grafton) ... More >>
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