Canadian Amy Stuart's bestselling Still Mine thriller series to be adapted for television
Actress Cobie Smulders will serve as executive producer and Stuart will act as co-executive producer
Canadian novelist Amy Stuart's Still Mine series is set to be adapted for television.
Vancouver-based Lark Productions has acquired the exclusive television rights to Stuart's bestselling thriller novel Still Mine, the sequel Still Water and the recently released third novel in the series, Still Here.
Canadian writer Lara Azzopardi will adapt the project for television and serve as showrunner and executive producer.
Canadian actress Cobie Smulders will serve as executive producer and Stuart will act as co-executive producer.
Stuart's 2016 novel Still Mine introduced readers to Clare O'Dey, an unexpected investigator searching for the truth about the suspicious disappearance of a local woman in a small mining town, where everyone is implicated.
In the sequel Still Water, Clare seeks out a missing mother and son, only to be caught up in a web of deception; in Still Here, Clare is on the hunt for two missing persons and unearths secrets that an entire community is trying to leave in the past.
Stuart is a Toronto-based novelist, teacher and short story writer.
"I'm excited to work with Lark Productions and bring Clare's story to a wider audience on television," said Stuart in a statement.