Happy Publication Day to The Girl from the Mill by Chrissie Walsh! Its call number can officially be found in library catalogs everywhere, meaning you can grab your own copy starting today. And for anyone participating in the 2019 Historical Fiction Reading Challenge, this would make a perfect addition to your shelves.
From the publisher:
As World War I begins, life will never be the same again. A heart-breaking saga for all fans of Dilly Court and Val Wood.
In the drab Yorkshire town of Garsthwaite, Lacey Barraclough works hard in the textile mill, determined to fight for improvements to the dismal working conditions she and her fellow weavers face. But she hadn’t reckoned on falling in love with the boss’s son, Nathan. Nathan returns her love, but to succeed they must overcome the class divide, as well as persuade their families that their love for each other is real.
Before Nathan and Lacey can make a life together, World War I breaks out and Nathan enlists to fight. When Nathan heads off to the Front, he takes Lacey’s dreams with him, and she must find a new way to face the future. As hard times come to Garsthwaite, will there be a home for the returning heroes to come back to? And for those men who do make it back from France, can they ever outrun the horrors they have witnessed, and learn to love again?