Dirty Laundry by Disha Bose review: Debut novel presents a dangerously accurate portrayal of new motherhood

Critical eye on modern parenting: Disha Bose

Emily Elphinstone

If you’re hoping to start a family, this is not the book for you — Disha Bose’s debut novel is dangerously accurate in its portrayal of the most challenging feelings of exhaustion, isolation, and looming insanity that come with being a new(ish) parent. But one hopes the book will feel less relatable as things take a significantly darker turn.