Raymond Meyer’s New Book “The Nerd” is an Entertaining Story of the Life and Anti-terrorism Adventures of a Computer Geek and His Supercomputer, Igor

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Recent release “The Nerd” from Page Publishing author Raymond Meyers is a wildly entertaining story of a Vietnam vet and computer geek who, with the aid of his trusty supercomputer, Igor, employs teams of strangers to combat terrorism on US soil.

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Raymond Meyers, a retired radiation safety trainer turned restaurant owner, writer, and self-proclaimed lifelong “amateur computer nerd” from Washington State, has completed his new book “The Nerd”: an exciting and absorbing tale of David Markham, a football-loving, multitalented Vietnam vet and computer geek, who employs government agencies, homeless people, and nine-person teams of complete strangers to complete his ambitious objectives of defeating terrorism in the US.

To tell this thrilling tale, Author Meyers builds an unexpected and compelling main character with David Markham, whose introduction to his Army backstory barely scratches the spectrum of his skills: “Dad was drinking buddies with the Army recruiter, and I was the family weirdo. I was a computer nerd. In 1973, talking about kilobytes and random-access memory in a roomful of people got you a lot of extra personal space. Whenever I had spare time, I wanted to play with computers. I built little gadgets. I learned how to do data entry on punch cards. There was a computer at the bank building in town, and I talked the bank manager into letting me do some data entry in the afternoons in the summer. I never liked playing sports. I have less musical talent than your average house pet. Dad was worried about me. The recruiter, God bless him, helped me get into computer systems. I spent my military career working on computers. I never left North America.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Raymond Meyer’s new book is an extraordinary page-turner, with intricately researched details, memorable characters, and a diverse, layered plot that will fascinate not only both computer geeks and Army nerds alike but all lovers of good action-filled stories.

Readers who wish to experience this remarkable work can purchase “The Nerd” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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