Chrissie Walsh

Chrissie Walsh

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Weaver Street at War (Weaver Street, #3) was the most recently released book by Chrissie Walsh, on May 15th, 2024.

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Chrissie Walsh: Biography

Chrissie Walsh is probably best known for their Standalone Novels. There are currently 5 novels available. The first standalone was released in 2019 with the novel The Girl from the Mill. The most recently released novel was The Midwives' War which was released in 2023. There are no upcoming standalone novels by Chrissie at this time.

Chrissie Walsh has also written the Weaver Street series which has 3 books including Welcome to Weaver Street and Hard Times on Weaver Street.

Chrissie Walsh: F.A.Q

What was the first book Chrissie Walsh wrote?

The first book written by Chrissie Walsh was The Girl from the Mill, published in 2019.

What was the most recent book Chrissie Walsh wrote?

Their most recently released work was Weaver Street at War on May 15th, 2024.

Will there be any more books by Chrissie Walsh?

Chrissie Walsh does not have any upcoming books with a set publication date within the next few months at this time.

How many books has Chrissie Walsh written?

Chrissie Walsh has written 8 books. 3 books in the Weaver Street Series, 5 Standalone Novels.

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    Christopher McMoon
    Christopher McMoon
    7 months ago

    Chrissie Walsh Bio I wrote for you!

    Chrissie Walsh was born and raised in West Yorkshire. She has a passion for history and is a retired schoolteacher.
     
    She has written several successful sagas that document feisty women during challenging times.
     
    “The Girl From the Mill” is the first stand alone novel and was released in 2019. While World War I is starting, life is never going to be the same again.
     
    Lacey Barraclough, in the drab town of Garsthwaite, works hard in the textile mill, determined to fight for the needed improvements to the dismal working conditions that she and her fellow weavers face. However she had not reckoned on falling in love with Nathan, the boss’s son. Nathan returns her love, however to succeed they have to overcome the class divide, and persuade their families that their love for one another is real.
     
    Before Lacey and Nathan can even make a life together, World War I breaks out and Nathan enlists in order to fight. Nathan heads off to the front, and takes Lacey’s dreams along with him, and she has to figure a new way to face the future. While hard times hit Garsthwaite, is there going to be a home for the returning heroes to return to? And for the men that do return from France, can they ever possibly hope to outrun the horrors they’ve witnessed, and learn to love again?
     
    “The Child from the Ash Pits” is the second stand alone novel and was released in 2019. Times are tough for coal miners and their families in the aftermath of the General Strike. Can little Cally break free out of the poverty, and forge a successful life for herself? Cally loses her beloved mother, she hopes that her dad will protect her and comfort her. However instead she quickly acquires a vengeful and cruel stepmom, and Cally starts fearing that she’s all on her own.
     
    Cally, through some uncomfortable years in service, to her horrifying brush with the streets, and through determination and hard work, is finally able to find a place for herself. She even trusts enough in the future to create a family of her own, despite having been so cruelly abandoned by her own.
     
    Cally has everything that she had ever hoped for, as she is finally in a place of contentment and peace, however with World War II looming, how long can she possibly hang onto the people that she loves?
     
    Taking us from 1926 all the way to World War II’s end, this is a heartbreaking story of survival and love.
     
    This is a captivating tale of relations, family, and the complexities of life. With some truly heart tugging moments which will make you shed a tear.
     
    “The Collier’s Wife” is the third stand alone novel and was released in 2020. He survived the war, however will the man she loves ever come back to her? 1918 in Leeds. Amy visits Jude, her husband, at Beckett’s Park Hospital, he does not recognize her. Broken after serving four devastating years in the Great War, he is a shadow of the man he used to be. Can he ever again be the man that Amy loved and knew?
     
    Barnsborough in 1912. The first that Amy and Jude meet, the connection between the two is electric and instant. A collier and a librarian’s assistant may not be the most conventional of pairings, these two come together over their love of books which soon turns into more. Neither one suspects that their families each have secrets which could threaten to rip them apart.
     
    True love’s path is rarely a simple one, however can Amy and Jude possibly find their way back to one another?
     
    This is an authentic Yorkshire saga, you can just about hear the clacking of the looms. Add in a feisty mill girl, that is determined to fight against injustice, and you will be reading on through the night. It’s filled with sorrow, joy, and a huge pinch of fun.
     
    “Welcome to Weaver Street” is the first novel in the “Weaver Street” series and was released in 2022. A story of loss, love, and triumph.
     
    In July of 1916 Tom and Kitty Conlon arrive in Liverpool in order to claim the house that Tom’s great-uncle has bequeathed him in his will. The move to England could not have come at a better time for them. Dublin is in turmoil after the Easter Uprising and Kitty’s brother is currently in prison.
     
    The house in Weaver Street is everything that they had been hoping for, and after they had a shaky start with her new neighbors, Kitty believes that the world’s her oyster. Until Tom gets conscripted into the Navy, that is.
     
    Now that Tom’s away, it is all up to Kitty and the rest of the women of Weaver Street to get one another through the war. 
     
    Chrissie brings all of these characters to life, and is such an engrossing story that’ll interest readers the entire time. There are good strong characters, and a solid storyline. She writes so descriptively about each of these characters you’ll feel like you know them inside out.
     
    “Hard Times on Weaver Street” is the second novel in the “Weaver Street” series and was released in 2023. While Liverpool and all its residents start healing from the memories and wounds of World War I, life on Weaver Street in 1924 is blessedly peaceful.
     
    Widow Kitty Conlon is at number 11 and dreaming about her upcoming nuptials to John, and at number 9 Maggie, her best friend, is cursing her own bad luck while juggling the demands of her cantankerous mom, fly-by-night beau, and stroppy daughter. Mavis, at number 15, has this mysterious new lodger, as further along the street the O’Malley family are missing their beloved Ireland.
     
    However while the Depression starts biting, and the Muller family’s arrival on Weaver Street signals the worrying drumbeats of conflict coming from Germany, this fragile peace and happiness Liverpool was enjoying looks destined to end. And while the neighbors all pull together in the toughest of times, the women on Weaver Street face the prospect of waving their menfolk off to war.

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