Author: Chinyere Udeh


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Many women in the third world and even some civilized countries have been victims of rape and other forms of sexual molestation at one time or the other. The situation is worse in Africa, where such incidents go unreported because of fear of stigmatization by society.

In many parts of Africa, the girl-child grows up in an environment that exposes her to physical, mental, emotional, and sexual abuse that leaves physical and emotional scars she carries all her life. In The Mystery of a Stolen Virginity, Charlotte grew in such an environment where she faced a series of physical, emotional, and sexual molestation. She believed she had successfully navigated through her treacherous environment and successfully preserved her virginity for her eventual husband, Anthony Camper- a loving and very caring man. Throughout their courtship, sexual relationship was excluded and reserved for the magical wedding night. It is ironic, even tragic, when she and her husband discovered on their wedding night that the much cherished and respected virginity had mysteriously disappeared. This shocking discovery raises several questions:

To whom, when, and where did Charlotte Camper loose her virginity? Did Charlotte know that she was no longer a virgin? Can their young marriage survive this early shock?

Ms. Chinyere Udeh is a first-generation Nigerian who grew up in America. Her passion for humanity and curiosity and love for the United States' justice system, which she developed while growing up in America drove her into majoring and working in the area of Criminal Justice. She obtained a master's degree in Homeland Security with concentration in Criminal Justice, from American Military University; a bachelor 's degree (Hons) in Criminal Justice, and Certificate in Forensic Investigation, both from Coppin State University; and an Associate's degree in Law Enforcement and Correctional Administration, from Baltimore City Community College. She joined the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Service in the state of Maryland in January, 2014, and worked in different sections in the Department: at various times as DNA Collector, Project Manager and Statistics Data Analyst. Although she advanced to the level of
Correctional Officer II, her career progression was suddenly cut short albeit illegally when she was relieved of her job in June, 2019 without any just cause. It is this injustice and divine help that motivated her into becoming a writer.
Ms. Udeh belongs to several national and international professional bodies in her area of specialization and fields of interest. She is a member of the American Military University Chapter of the Society for Collegiate Leadership & Achievement, the American Military University Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma Honor Society, the West Virginia lota Chapter of Pi Gamma National Honor Society for the Social Sciences, and the American Military University Chapter of Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society. Furthermore, she is also a member of the African American Learning, Inclusion and Guidance Network, and also of the Society for Defense and Strategic Studies Club.

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Pages: 74 | Trim Size: 6x9

Genre: Fiction

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