Our Team Has Published

The Good Girl

New York Times bestseller

Indie Next Pick

More than one million copies sold

Published in 24 countries

Television rights optioned by Grey Matter Productions

Ginny Moon

Indie Next pick, B&N Discover Pick, Amazon Best of the Month, LibraryReads selection

Rave trade and national reviews

“A brilliant debut.” —Graeme Simsion, New York Times bestselling author of The Rosie Project

The Returned

New York Times bestseller

Indie Next Pick

Tremendous accolades and starred reviews from all trade publications

Major national media coverage

Adapted into an original television series, Resurrection, on ABC

The Orphan's Tale

New York Times bestseller

Over 500,000 copies sold

“I read this novel in a headlong rush.” —Christina Baker Kline, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Orphan Train

We're Excited About

The Bookshop of Yesterdays
  • A woman inherits a beloved bookstore and sets forth on a journey of self-discovery
  • Best Books of Summer 2018 Selection by Bustle, HelloGiggles, Southern Living, Philadelphia Inquirer and Library Journal
  • Part mystery and part drama, Meyerson uses a complex family dynamic to spotlight the importance of truth and our need for forgiveness.”
    Associated Press
  • Now on sale
The Lost Girls of Paris
  • Movie rights sold to Focus Features
  • Indie Next, Costco Staff Pick, Cosmo best book club book of 2019
  • “Jenoff brings serious girl power to this story of brave women and the war.” —Cosmopolitan
  • On sale now
The Honey Bus
  • Educated meets H Is for Hawk in this poignant memoir about a girl, her grandfather, and one of nature’s most mysterious and beguiling creatures: the honeybee
  • Penned by a Pulitzer Prize-nominated author and former journalist for the San Francisco Chronicle
  • “To read about Meredith May’s bee family and her human family is to garner heart strength.” —Maxine Hong Kingston, bestselling author of The Woman Warrior
  • On sale April 2019
We Own the Sky
  • Target Book Club pick
  • Rights sold in 30 countries worldwide
  • “With grace, emotional keenness and a steady moral searchlight, Luke Allnutt guides the reader through the darkest despair and back to hope.” —Val Emmich, author of Dear Evan Hansen
  • On sale February 5, 2019
Beautiful Bad
  • A twisted and chilling thriller debut about a devoted wife, a loving husband and a murder that no one saw coming
  • Film rights sold to Warner Brothers/Kroll & Co
  • “With fascinating characters that chill and horrify, the ending will leave you staggered.” —Liv Constantine, author of The Last Mrs. Parrish
  • On sale March 5, 2019
The Ventriloquists
  • All the Light We Cannot See meets “Ocean’s Eleven” in this stunning debut about a ragtag gang of journalists and resistance fighters in Belgium during WWII
  • Based on the true story of the most incredible feat of journalism in modern history
  • “Eloquently reminding us that self-expression is the truest form of survival, E.R. Ramzipoor has made an unforgettable and important contribution to the canon of Holocaust literature.” —Pam Jenoff, bestselling author of The Orphan’s Tale
  • On sale August 27, 2019
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The Editorial Team

Erika Imranyi

Erika Imranyi, Editorial Director

Erika began her publishing career in 2003 as an editorial assistant at Dutton and joined Harlequin in 2011 to help build the literary fiction program. She holds a master’s degree in English literature. Erika is drawn to strong emotion and distinctive voices, as well as original stories with surprises that keep her on her toes.

Laura Brown

Laura Brown, Editor

Laura began working at HarperCollins in 2013 and joined Park Row Books in 2018. She has worked with national bestselling and award-winning authors, whose books have graced the cover of the New York Times Book Review and have been named a B&N Discover Pick. Laura is drawn to exceptional writing from unique and underrepresented voices, with a propulsive plot, strong emotion, and cast of unforgettable characters.

Natalie Hallak

Natalie Hallak, Assistant Editor

Natalie Hallak is an Editorial Assistant at Park Row Books. Prior to joining Harlequin in 2015, Natalie honed her editorial skills during internships at Touchstone, Putnam, and Writers House Literary Agency. She is building her list in literary fiction with commercial appeal across a variety of genres, as well as select narrative nonfiction.