A Stranger in My Bed
Kevin Luttery's A Stranger In My Bed is a narrative nonfiction book that examines the social and psychological elements which influenced Mr. Luttery's perception of, and subsequent detachment from, an interracial relationship in which he was involved. When this personal experience forced the author to take a closer look at the woman he thought was destined to become his wife, Mr. Luttery came to the disturbing realization that not only was his White girlfriend a "stranger" to him but that in an almost sacrificial manner, he had become a stranger to himself.
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