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Correction: Books-Twin Peaks story

October 17, 2014

NEW YORK (AP) — NEW YORK (AP) — In an Oct. 16 story about an upcoming “Twin Peaks” novel, The Associated Press erroneously reported that a “Twin Peaks” TV sequel will be directed by Mark Frost. It will be directed by David Lynch, Frost’s series co-creator and executive producer.

A corrected version of the story is below:

TV’s ‘Twin Peaks’ headed to bookstores as a novel

TV’s ‘Twin Peaks’ headed to bookstores as a novel ahead of the 2016 Showtime sequel

NEW YORK (AP) — The eerie TV town of Twin Peaks will soon be available between covers.

Flatiron Books says its Macmillan division will publish “The Secret Lives of Twin Peaks,” a novel that promises to reveal what has happened to the residents of that mythical burg since they were last seen a quarter-century ago on the groundbreaking ABC series, which aired in 1990-91.

The publisher said Thursday the book is being written by Mark Frost, who was co-creator and executive producer of the series with David Lynch. It will be published in advance of the Showtime sequel announced last week to air in 2016.

Frost called the novel a “dream project.”

The Showtime limited series will be written and produced by the original creators, and Lynch will direct.

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