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The New York Times’ 2017 best-selling fiction is on the rise

New York’s best-sellers this year: The Atlantic, The Atlantic Wire, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and the Guardian.

The Atlantic was the only one to make the list of best-seller-of-the-year, and its 2017 bestseller list also included a slew of lesser-known works by popular writers.

The Wire was a new title, as its first issue was published on June 23.

The New Republic, which was also new to the list, was also the first American newspaper to have its best-known author on the cover.

The Washington Examiner was the most-downloaded publication, with more than 7 million books and 1.6 million digital downloads. 

The New Statesman, meanwhile, was the first British newspaper to hit the list.

It’s been one of the best-reviewed newspapers in the country since January 2018.

The Economist was the bestseller of the year for the second consecutive year. 

 The Times was not on the list because of its fall release.

However, the publisher’s chief editor, Jill Abramson, was on the same list in 2017, when it released its most recent edition. 

Here are the bestsellers of the past five years. 

The Atlantic: The book of the decade: The Best of The Atlantic Magazine The Atlantic magazine was the third-most-read publication in the United States for the fifth consecutive year, but it did not make the top ten bestseller list in either 2017 or 2018. 

“The Atlantic” is the title of the magazine’s current annual Best Book Club.

Its best-of list includes six titles from the last 10 years: “Black Hawk Down,” “The Art of the Deal,” “Uncle Buck,” “Feminists,” “We Want Your Money,” and “The Truth.” 

The New Yorker: Best book of 2017: The New Adventures of Tom Robbins (the New Yorker) was the second-best-selling book of this year, behind only The Atlantic.

Robbins, the author of “The Best of Tom Robinson,” is one of a handful of authors that has won both the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize.

The book also won two National Book Critics Circle Awards, one for Best Newcomer and one for best fiction. 

NerdWallet: best-of books of 2017 (1): “How to Lose a Guy” by Emily Gould (Penguin) “Boys Don’t Cry” by James Patterson (Random House) The Economist:  best-read books of 2016:  “How to Build a Better Life” by Andrew Solomon (Praise for Solomon’s book is the book’s fourth nomination in the New York Book Critics’ Circle Awards for best book)  “Fashion” by Anne Lamott (Proudhon) Praise for “Crowds” by Toni Morrison (The New York Review of Books) New Statesman: best-reads of 2016 (2): The Good Stuff by Kate Walker (Random) Best New Books by David Fincher (W. W. Norton) Wired: 10 best-reading books of 2015 (3): No Man’s Sky by Seanan McGuire (Microsoft) Nominees for best novel, short story, and memoir: No Time to Think: Stories of the Heart by Anne McCaffrey (HarperCollins) Losing the Girl by Elizabeth Gilbert (Riverhead) Booklist: best book of 2015: Diary of a Dead Girl by Joanna Russ (RandomHouse) Tropes vs. Women: A Novel by Kate Harding (Holt) Gossip Girl: Best Novels of 2015-2016 by Lauren Groff (Doubleday) Innocence by Amy Tan (Bantam) Love, Sex, and Murder: Stories from the Journals of Anika Walker-Odell (Wyndham) Novelist:  Best novel of 2014: A Woman in Love by Elizabeth Bear (St. Martin’s Griffin) Fiction: Favorite novels of 2013: Blacklist by Sarah Waters (Riverdale) A Love Story by Jennifer Egan (Random/St. Martins Griffin)Best-selling novels: How to Stop Worrying and Love the Process by Jennifer Beals (Double/Simon & Schuster)Best novel of 2012: Foolish Heart by Emily Yoffe (Simon & Shuster) Bored: A Story of Love, Loss, and Triumph by Karen Russell (Pantheon) Forbidden Love by Sarah Vowell (Riverdance) How the World Was Won by Michael Whelan (Douce) Lost in the Dream by Elizabeth Hurley (Simon) Hands on the Wheel by Lisa G.