A deliciously scandalous pageturner about the dark side of suburbia, peeling back the layers of an insta-perfect life to reveal rotten friendships, manipulation masquerading as love and families riddled with lies . . .
Keep your friends close and your neighbours closer...
Ciara has it all - a loving husband, well-behaved children and an immaculate home. But behind the filters, her reality is far from what it seems.
Mishti is stuck in a loveless marriage, raising her daughter in a country that is too cold, among children who look nothing like her.
Lauren is mostly happy, despite being judged for letting her kids run naked, wild and free.
Then Ciara is found murdered in her pristine home and suddenly everyone is a suspect.
Hushed whispers, secret rendezvous and bloody betrayals . . .
Everyone has their dirty laundry, but this goes beyond gossip.
This is all-out war.
Disha Bose was born and raised in India, and has lived in Calcutta, London, and Dublin. She worked in the tech industry before joining the Masters in creative writing programme at University College Dublin. She was shortlisted for the DNA Short Story Prize for 2016, and her poetry and short stories have appeared in The Incubator Journal, The Galway Review, Cultured Vultures, and Headstuff. Her travel pieces have appeared in the Economic Times of India and Coldnoon. She now lives in Cork, Ireland. Dirty Laundry is her debut novel.