Matt Sousa, a young archaeolgist with a very unusual background, believes that the past influences the future. Matt finds a very strange object in the foothills of the Andes mountains. RJ Fanler, the deposed founder of a major computer company, believes that the personal computer can morph into something different. His new challenge is figuring out just how the transformation will happen. Marco Paena, a member of a Peruvian terrorist group, believes that the people have a right to bring down a corrupt government. He needs money to finance a major terrorist strike. An ancient Inca language-Aymara- puts these men on a collision path.
Roger Pressman is an internationally recognized consultant and author in software engineering. The author of seven textbooks, including the world’s most widely used book on the subject, he has over 1.5 million books in print. Roger lives in south Florida with his wife Barbara and has two sons who run media related companies. In addition to real work, he is an accomplished tennis player and an ever-hopeful single-digit golfer. The Puppeteer is his second foray into fiction. His first novel, The Aymara Bridge, is a techno-thriller set in Peru and the United States.