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‘Twin Peaks’ novel to fill in show’s 25-year hiatus

Washington, Oct 17 (ANI): A novel, from “Twin Peaks” co-creator Mark Frost will be releasing soon that will let fans know fans know “happened to the people of that iconic fictional town” in the 25-year hiatus.

 

The book’s publisher, Flatiron Books has said that the story will also delve deeper into the central mystery of the series, the death of Laura Palmer, the Verve reported.

 

The new series of “Twin Peaks” will air in 2016.

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