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
Saving Ruby King
  • Saving Ruby King is an #ownvoices debut novel inspired by West’s experience growing up in Chicago.
  • Named a Most Anticipated Book by Ms. Magazine, USA Today, Book Riot, The Rumpus, Library Journal, PureWow, The Every Girl, Parade and more
  • USA Today named Catherine Adel West one of the 100 Black novelists you should be reading, alongside Jacqueline Woodson, Zora Neale Hurston, James Baldwin, Toni Morrison and other luminary writers.
The Lost Girls of Paris
  • New York Times bestseller for 20 weeks
  • Half a million copies sold in first 6 months
  • Indie Next Pick
  • Film rights sold to Focus Features
  • “A portrait of sisterhood, courage, and drama. A must-read.” —Glamour
The Cactus
  • A Reese’s Book Club x Hello Sunshine pick for June 2019
  • New York Times bestseller
  • “Heartfelt and funny, this will delight fans of The Rosie Project.” —Book Riot

We're Excited About

The Other Mrs.
  • New York Times bestseller
  • A hypnotic and addictive new psychological thriller from the New York Times bestselling author of The Good Girl
  • Film rights sold to Netflix
  • “The Other Mrs. is Mary Kubica’s best book yet! I tore through the twisty, spine-tinglingly creepy pages.” —Sarah Pekkanen, #1 bestselling co-author of An Anonymous Girl
  • A Reese’s Book Club Pick and Book of the Month Pick
  • Instant New York Times bestseller and USA Today bestseller
  • Highly anticipated by Fortune, Popsugar, Purewow, The Millions, LitHub, Vulture, Bustle, GMA.com, BookRiot, and Bookish
  • A profoundly moving and unconventional mother-daughter saga that illustrates the devastating realities of being an immigrant in America
  • On sale September 1, 2020
  • Strangers on a Train meets Girl on the Train in this riveting new thriller from award-winning and bestselling author Lisa Unger.
  • Indie Next Pick and LibraryReads Pick
  • “Diabolically clever…. [An] exquisitely crafted psychological thriller.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review
  • On sale October 6, 2020
  • An #ownvoices debut novel following a young Black woman just finishing her Ph.D who decides to leave her perfectly ordered life for a summer in New York with the wife she barely knows.
  • Named by Buzzfeed a LGBTQ love story to read during Pride month
  • On sale February 23, 2021
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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, Associate Editor

Natalie Hallak is an Associate Editor 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.