As mysterious as the town that bore it, the internet was abuzz this week with the announcement of a brand new novel from Mark Frost, co-creator of Twin Peaks, that we hope may go some way in explaining exactly what's happened in the 25 years since Agent Dale Cooper had his last cup of damn fine coffee. News is sparse, but we'll keep you updated as we know more in the run-up to its October 2016 publication, just in time for the brand new series!
Mark Frost is the bestselling author of The Greatest Game Ever Played, The Grand Slam, and the novels The Second Objective, The List of Seven, and The Six Messiahs. He received a Writers Guild Award and an Emmy nomination for the acclaimed television series Hill Street Blues, was co-creator and executive producer of the legendary ABC television series Twin Peaks, and in 2005 wrote and produced The Greatest Game Ever Played as a major motion picture from Walt Disney Studios. Mark lives in Los Angeles and upstate New York with his wife and son.