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.
A twisty tale of love gone wrong -- Joshilyn Jackson,
Mother May I
Lethal, entertaining with characters you'll love to hate. A delicious take on people behaving badly -- Darby Kane, Pretty Little Wife
Bose masterfully creates deeply drawn and utterly human characters in this powerful suspense debut -- Liv Constantine, The Last Mrs Parrish
With characters that jump off the page, deep dark secrets and twisted webs of lies, Dirty Laundry is everything I want in a book - Desperate Housewives in a small-town setting, each turn in the story even better than the last -- Andrea Mara, All Her Fault