Hanover Square Press

Launched in 2017, Hanover Square Press aims to publish compelling, original fiction and narrative nonfiction—the kind of books that keep you up all night reading and that you want to talk about the next morning. The imprint draws its name from the square that was once known as “Printing House Square” for the American printers, publishers, and booksellers who thrived there in the 1700s and early 1800s. Our list encompasses a broad range of genres—from crime, thrillers, and high-concept fiction to history, journalism, and memoir—and is guided by our search for works full of engaging ideas, unique subjects, and fast-paced stories.

Upcoming Titles

JOHN BOESSENECKER
Ride the Devil’s Herd

The story of Wyatt Earp's violent struggle with the Cowboys, one of the largest gangs of organized outlaws in the Old West.

JOHN BOESSENECKER

is the author of nine books, including the New York Times bestseller Texas Ranger: The Epic Life of Frank Hamer, the Man Who Killed Bonnie and Clyde. He has received the Spur Award from Western Writers of America and the Best Book Award from Westerners International, and in 2011 and 2013 True West named him Best Nonfiction Writer. He has appeared frequently as a historical commentator on PBS, The History channel, A&E and other media. He lives near San Francisco, California.

DAMIAN DIBBEN
Tomorrow

The life of an immortal dog as he travels through the courts and battlefields of 19th-century Europe in search of his master.

DAMIAN DIBBEN

is the creator of the internationally acclaimed children’s book series The History Keepers, translated into 26 languages in over 40 countries. Previously, he worked as a screenwriter and actor on projects as diverse as The Phantom of the Opera, Puss in Boots and The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones. He lives, facing St. Paul’s Cathedral, on London’s South Bank with his partner, Ali, and dog, Dudley.

CHARLES ROSENBERG
Untitled

An untitled legal thriller set during the American Revolution.

CHARLES ROSENBERG

is the author of the legal thriller Death on a High Floor and its sequels. The credited legal consultant to the TV shows LA Law, Boston Legal, The Practice and The Paper Chase, he was also one of two on-air legal analysts for E! Entertainment Television’s coverage of the O. J. Simpson criminal and civil trials. He teaches as an adjunct law professor at Loyola Law School and has also taught at UCLA, Pepperdine and Southwestern law schools. He practices law in the Los Angeles area.

DAN ABRAMS
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Two works of narrative nonfiction bringing to light historic court cases, taking readers into the courtrooms where our greatest leaders fought for justice.

DAN ABRAMS

is the CEO and founder of Abrams Media and chief legal affairs anchor for ABC News. He is also the host of both 60 Days In and Live PD on the A&E network. A graduate of Columbia University Law School, he is the author of the Washington Post bestseller Man Down and has written for the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Newsweek and the Yale Law and Policy Review, among many others. He lives in New York.

STEVEN HARTOV
The Master’s Last Waltz

A young soldier plots his escape from the frontlines at the end of World War Two, along with his commander’s mistress.

STEVEN HARTOV

is the coauthor of the New York Times bestseller In the Company of Heroes, as well as The Night Stalkers and Afghanistan on the Bounce. For six years he served as editor in chief of Special Operations Report. He has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, FOX and most recently the History channel’s Secret Armies. A former Merchant Marine sailor, Israel Defense Forces paratrooper and special operator, he is currently a task force commander in the New York Guard. He lives in New Jersey.

AMY LLOYD
Red River

A debut psychological thriller inspired in part by true crime shows such as Serial and Making a Murderer.

AMY LLOYD

is the winner of the Daily Mail First Novel Competition. In 2015 she completed a creative writing and English degree at Cardiff Metropolitan University. She lives in Cardiff with her boyfriend.

NEIL OLSON
The Black Painting

The suspicious death of the patriarch of an old-money East Coast family revives the mystery of a stolen self-portrait by the artist Francisco de Goya.

NEIL OLSON

is the author of The Icon, a novel of art theft and family intrigue, and the play Dealers. He lives in New York City with his wife and works in the publishing industry.

Editorial Team

Peter Joseph

Peter Joseph, Editorial Director

Prior to launching Hanover Square Press, Peter worked at Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin’s Press, most recently as Executive Editor, where he acquired and edited hardcover fiction and nonfiction for the Thomas Dunne Books imprint, as well as crime fiction for Minotaur Books and paperbacks for St. Martin’s Griffin and Macmillan’s Picador imprints. Over the years he has worked on books by such bestselling and award-winning authors as Peter Ackroyd, Richard A. Clarke, Wilbur Smith, Robert Littell, Dario Fo, Barbara Leaming, Henry Marsh, William Shatner, Greg Graffin of Bad Religion, Senator Robert C. Byrd, Senator Arlen Specter and Senator Bernie Sanders.

Kayla King

Kayla King, Editorial Assistant

Kayla King began her road to publishing as an intern at Writers House, and spent two years in the subsidiary rights department at Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing before joining Hanover Square Press.

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