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Mark Frost's The Secret History of Twin Peaks: EW Review

The Secret History of Twin PeaksMore than 25 years after Laura Palmer was found wrapped in plastic, Twin Peaks co-creator Mark Frost returns to the Pacific Northwest with a The Secret History of Twin PeaksMore than 25 years after Laura Palmer was found wrapped in plastic, Twin Peaks co-creator Mark Frost returns to the Pacific Northwest with a 2016-10-13

More than 25 years after Laura Palmer was found wrapped in plastic, Twin Peaks co-creator Mark Frost returns to the Pacific Northwest with a new novel structured as a secret dossier. Assembled by a mysterious “archivist” and annotated by an FBI agent known only as TP, this enigmatic collection includes undiscovered Lewis and Clark diary entries, UFO sightings, and personal journals of Twin Peaks residents. Plus, Frost (finally!) tackles unanswered questions from the show’s finale. Sifting through all the documents can get a bit tedious, but for Peaks fans, it’s a treasure trove of town secrets—and the perfect appetizer before the show returns to TV in 2017