Welcome to Old Algonquin Books
After we had water leak into our book rooms in June, we are finally getting some of them back up on www.Biblio.com. We have marked down prices on some books and added new ones. Fortunately, not many of the books were damaged and as we unload them from the boxes we will be constantly putting them back up for sale. These things always take longer than expected, but we’ll get there.
Old Algonquin Books, selling used and antiquarian books, was named after the Algonquin Hotel in NYC where authors and wits gathered in the 1920s and 1930s. The bookstore was opened in east Denver in 1984. After ten fun years the shop was closed and it became an internet and mail order business. The owners, John and Helen, are still active in the Rocky Mountain Antiquarian Booksellers Association. Read more.
Author John Dunning
Click on the arrow next to John’s name in the toolbar above for his biography, a list of his published books, and publishing contacts. Five of his mysteries feature bookman Cliff Janeway. His other books include Two O’Clock Eastern Wartime, a mystery about radio in 1942: On the Air, an encyclopedia of old-time radio; a novel about Denver in the 1920s, and three other earlier mysteries. We only carry a few of John’s books, but you should be able to find many of them in your favorite new or used book store in either hardback, paperback, audio, or electronic format.