Eliana Alexander Narrates the Story of Caroline Geish, a Popular Country Singer Framed for Murder who must Prove her Innocence before She is Sentenced to Life in Prison

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Gripping New Novel Tells a Tale of Murder, Dark Secrets and a World-Famous Country Singer’s Battle for Freedom and Redemption.

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A stunning and very famous country singer in her early twenties lives in the secluded and well-protected Las Tres Villas in Hollywood, California. A handsome and very skilled plastic surgeon in his mid-thirties that has a successful office in Beverly Hills moves next door to the singer.

The Neighbor, a fictional suspense-thriller written by Eliana Alexander that tells the story of Caroline Geish, a world-famous country singer who lives a perfect single life but is framed for murder and is taken to jail after meeting Adrien Martel, a handsome and successful plastic surgeon who moves next door.

Caroline’s parents must rush to prove her innocence before she is sentenced to life in prison. With the help of her family attorney Paul Weinsmith and Nate Corel, a tenacious investigator, they unravel a deep-rooted plot to destroy not only Caroline, but also her entire family. Unfortunately, time is running out and the evidence against the starlet is strong. Her team must work quickly to uncover a dark history, save Caroline and clear the family. Will Caroline and her family survive this intense ordeal? Will she regain her freedom? Will Caroline and her family be able to rebuild their lives together? Will she be able to return to her singing career?

The Neighbor is a compelling novel that spells pure entertainment for its readers. Every twist and turn adds more excitement to an incisively written murder plot storyline that is sure to stir readers’ curiosity from beginning to end. With her diverse talent, Alexander has proven that more than being a multi-award-winning actor & choreographer, she has become an excellent author as well through this literary masterpiece.

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About the Author
Multi-award-winning actor & choreographer, Eliana Alexander has been immersed in the entertainment world for over 20 years in front of and behind the camera. She was part of the ALMA Award-winning ensemble in “Foto Novelas” as well as the ALMA Award-nominated ensembles in “The Elian Gonzales Story” and “My Father’s Love.” Ms. Alexander won the NYIIFVF best actress award for “Agenda.” She choreographed the Imagen Award-winning musical “Paquito’s Christmas” that performed at the Lincoln Center in Washington, D.C. Her role in My Network TV’s “Desire” received rave reviews. She wrote, produced and directed the television pilot series “Next Page” as well as wrote, produced and starred in the pilot series “Hold The Line.” Eliana is a world-renowned dancer, choreographer and the founding member of EDGE performing arts center, LA Dance Force and Kids Dance LA. With Alexander at the helm, all three entities became world-renowned for training top-notch dancers and choreographers who choreographed for and danced with entertainers such as Michael Jackson, Britney Spears, Shakira, Madonna and Janet Jackson to name only a few. Ms. Alexander is honored to have directed and choreographed numerous theater productions, countless award-winning dance competitions, dance videos and theater pieces. She was the featured recording artist to the soundtrack for the musical “DAWGS” composed by Richard and Robert Sherman of Disney fame. Her diverse talents enable her to enrich every project of which she is a part.
The Neighbor * by Eliana Alexander
Publication Date: November 16, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 155 pages; 978-1-4771-4963-8
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 155 pages; 978-1-4771-4964-5
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4771-4965-2
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