Finding Identity Through Power and Money in "Dancing With the Devil"

A new book by Joseph Benjamin of rising above poverty and saving the oppressed.

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I feel like I am a defender of the poor, and I wanted to create a character that would try to right the wrongs in the world.

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) August 18, 2014

What do Oprah Winfrey, Walt Disney and Steve Jobs have in common? They all have a rags-to-riches story that seems like a fairytale. Much like these famous journeys, Joseph Benjamin writes a thrilling adventure of an orphaned boy using his street smarts to make his first million.

In “Dancing with the Devil,” the protagonist, a professional scam artist, learns how to control situations before they control him. In search of his identity, he uses his power and money to help others rise above poverty. The affect of the people he meets on his journey is far greater than he imagined.

“I feel like I am a defender of the poor, and I wanted to create a character that would try to right the wrongs in the world,” Benjamin said.

Benjamin is accustomed to the affluent lifestyle and extreme poverty, which he drew upon when writing the novel. Through the use of adventure, action, suspense and romance, he creates a realistic understanding of society today.

“Dancing with the Devil”
By Joseph Benjamin
ISBN: 9781491874417
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and AuthorHouse.

About the author
After traveling the world for twenty years, Joseph Benjamin has observed the nature of humanity in different cultures. His experiences and observations are transferred into writing through the complex characters and backdrop of his novel. Benjamin holds a doctoral degree in counseling and has done extensive humanitarian work with orphaned and abandoned children.


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