Death Dance

Cliff's Book

Death Dance

Cliff Harris’ book “Death Dance” gives the account of his life as a drug addict and how it drove him to the darkest point in his life. Read Cliff’s daily accounts, experiences on the street and the pain he suffered and caused others while he collapsed physically and spiritually. Fortunately, his story is one of recovery and eventual spiritual victory that you will be glad to have shared with him through his book.

Dancing with Death

For 20 years Cliff Harris danced with death _ unable to snap the chains of drug addiction that imprisoned him.  In gripping detail, Harris recounts those chilling years, pulling back the curtain to expose the ugly truth.

It Doesn’t Stop There

Miraculously, the ugly truth transforms into glorious truth _ the truth of redemption’s power.  Harris reconnects with a sure-fire remedy that spins his descent, 180 degrees, into an upward flight to life.

“DeathDance” is a gripping and exciting story which is worth reading for the entertainment value alone.  The icing on the cake is the fact that this story of Cliff Harris is extraordinarily inspirational and will be helpful to multitudes of people who have dealt with drug addictions themselves, or have friends or relatives who are in the clutches of drug addiction.  This book is also extremely useful to help young people avoid the traps that could lead to a life of drugs and crime.

Benjamin S. Carson, Sr., M.D.
Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery

Co-Director of the Johns Hopkins Craniofacial Center
Professor of Neurological Surgery, Oncology,
Plastic Surgery and Pediatrics