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Join Stephen V. Masse, author of the suspense fiction novel, A Jolly Good Fellow (Good Harbor Press, Sept. ‘08), as he virtually tours the blogosphere in December on his second virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book Promotion!

About the Author:

Stephen V. Masse was born in Boston, Massachusetts. Educated at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, he studied creative writing and historical biography, and was the author of a weekly column, “Out of Control.” His first novel, Shadow Stealer, was published by Dillon Press in 1988. When not writing, he restores and renovates homes in the Boston area, and serves as an ambassador each year in the Santa Claus Anonymous fundraising benefit. You can visit his website at www.ajollygoodfellowthebook.com.

About A Jolly Good Fellow
Two weeks before Christmas, Duncan Wagner gets into his car for another attempt at kidnapping the son of his most despised enemy, State Representative Win Booker. When he drives into the wealthy Boston suburb, he is surprised to find the boy hitchhiking.
So begins Wagner’s quest for revenge as he finds himself face to face with a real boy, and without a clue about how to run a kidnapping. Wagner, a self-styled charity Santa Claus, comes to realize that eleven year old Gabriel Booker is truly a runaway, much more curious than scared. Gabriel has no idea who Duncan Wagner is—or could be.

Here’s what reviewers have to say!

Stephen Masse does an excellent job of creating memorable, likeable characters. He takes a man and a boy from very different backgrounds and creates a tight bond of friendship between them. The story itself is full of numerous twists and turns and is an extremely fast read. The 203 pages really fly by, and I finished the book in one morning.” -Kam Aures for Rebecca’s Reads

“A Jolly Good Fellow” is delightfully funny, with a unique plot, an amazing cast of characters, and enough suspense to keep the reading guessing right up to the surprising unexpected conclusion. Stephen V. Masse is witty, clever, and entertaining. His books are destined to become best sellers. I am eager to read his upcoming book “Short Circus.” -Richard Blake for Reader Views

Stephen Masse’s A JOLLY GOOD FELLOW VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR ‘09 will officially begin on Dec. 1st and end on Dec 16. You can visit Stephen’s blog stops at www.virtualbooktours.wordpress.com during the month of December to find out more about this great book and its talented author.


This was a fun, quirky book that just never quit. It's a quick read with one mishap after another. Thoroughly entertaining! Thoroughly captivating! Masse is an author I'm going to be watching!

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