2nd edition coincides with 67th anniversary of Hurricane Audrey

Citi of Books has published a 2nd edition of Dexter Harrison’s “Life’s Ragin Storms” given the timely theme where natural disasters have been so prevalent in today’s society. “Life’s Ragin Storms” is a powerful and emotionally reminiscent work that examines the human experience of overcoming adversity and finding resilience in the face of life’s greatest challenges. Harrison’s storytelling proficiency and authentic voice offer readers a gripping tale of survival, perseverance, and ultimately, triumph. Through compelling characters and vivid storytelling, he explores the depths of human emotion and the resilience of the human spirit. The book’s universal appeal explores themes such as loss, grief, redemption; in addition, the book speaks to the common struggles and triumphs that unite us as a human being. The vivid and immersive narrative offers the readers a source of inspiration and hope in navigating their own life’s storms. The narrative spotlights June 27, 1957 when this country’s fifth worst destructive hurricane named Audrey ravaged the Cameron Coast claiming well over 500 victims in her aftermath.

“Life’s Ragin Storms” was first published in 2001 by America House Book Publishers and again in February of this year by Citi of Books ISBN-13 978-1960952752. The book was recently featured at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on the campus of the University of Southern California on Apr. 26-27.


Harrison is the son of the late Lee and Wanita Harrison of Grand Chenier and currently resides in Richmond, Texas with his wife, Tere.