The Immortal Game

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Poltroon Press, May 15, 2001 - Fiction - 309 pages
13 Reviews
Nominated for the Shamus Award, this is a witty and irreverent private-eye tale set in the Silicon Valley.

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Review: The Immortal Game (August Riordan #1)

User Review  - Terry - Goodreads

Mark Coggins' debut novel set in San Francisco has it's entertaining moments with decent characterization and (at times) witty dialogue. The plot is just convoluted enough to maintain interest.However ... Read full review

Review: The Immortal Game (August Riordan #1)

User Review  - Maddy - Goodreads

PROTAGONIST: August Riordan, PI SETTING: San Francisco SERIES: #1 of 3 RATING: 3.5 WHY: PI August Riordan has been hired by a software entrepreneur, Edwin Bishop, to find a copy of a highly ... Read full review


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Coggins earned two degrees and a Phi Beta Kappa key from Stanford University. He has worked for a number of Silicon Valley computer and venture capital firms, including Netscape Communications and three software start-ups.