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9315 Dorchester St. Highlands Ranch, CO 80129 | Southeast Denver Suburbs | 303-470-7050
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The Tattered Cover Book Store began as a small independent store with only 950 square feet in the Cherry Creek district of Denver, Colorado. It has grown for more than 40 years to include three expansive locations in the greater Denver Metro area.

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