Bookstore & Newsstand
An independent bookstore featuring the Gateway to the Klondike’s largest selection of Alaska-Yukon books, maps, calendars, journals, magazines, and more…
Store Events & Features
COVID-19 STORE STATUS
As of April 24, the bookstore reopened to the public in accordance with a lifting of some restrictions on retail businesses in Alaska, but we will allow only 2 customers inside at a time to maintain proper social distancing and sanitation (see store sign HERE). Curbside orders also taken. Please Call 907-983-3354 during our current business hours: 10:30-4:30 pm, Monday-Friday. Stay safe and healthy, everyone!
Watch for New Arrivals and see more store updates and news on our Facebook page @skagwaybooks!
SPRING STORE SPECIALS:
All USED BOOKS $1 to keep you reading till this is over!
50% OFF remaining 2020 Calendars!
Featured LCP Titles
Skagway: City of the New Century
NEW revised & expanded paperback edition! 436 pages of feature stories from Skagway’s amazing history compiled and edited by local writer Jeff Brady. Revised edition published in 2019 (includes nearly 400 photos). Signed Editions in our Store!
SPECIAL 40% OFF first edition signed hardbounds of this classic!
Best of Skagway Police Blotter – Volume 2
The long-awaited second volume of the best from the log books of the Skagway, Alaska Police Department along with items from the popular Heard on the Wind column in The Skagway News, choice comments and questions from visitors that make everyone laugh. $14.95. Compiled and edited by Dave Sexton and Jeff Brady and released in summer 2016 by Lynn Canal Publishing along with a revised edition of the classic Volume 1. Signed Copies Available!
The Dyea Convicted Felons Club
In this sequel to Nowhere Else to Go, but Dyea, we find transplanted white collar ex-convict Henry Stillwater with his poker-playing fellow “felons” in the middle of a mystery set in the historic ghost town of Dyea (pronounced Di-eee). Stillwater has settled into a new life and love in the valley at the end of Alaska’s Inside Passage, but his peace is disturbed by the discovery of a body, and a treasure of sorts that seemingly eludes all who pursue it, including wild, unruly critters large and small. Complicating Stillwater’s life is a visit by his attorney daughter who sent him away to Alaska, but she too is absorbed by the mystery and where it takes them – to the summit of the Chilkoot Trail. A new novel by Nita Nettleton with cover art by Courtenay Birdsall-Clifford.
READ ADN REVIEW OF BOTH OF NITA’S DYEA BOOKS
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