“Dirty Laundry” by Disha Bose

Genre: Multicultural Interests/Murder MysteryDirty Laundry
Publisher: Random House-Ballantine Books
Pub. Date: April 4, 2023

I was in the mood for a beach read when I decided to review this novel. And fluff is just what I got. The story revolves around a trio of competitive mothers in the present time who reside in an Irish village. One can anticipate that in this genre, one of them will be murdered. The three of them alternately narrate the story from their points of view. We meet the so-called perfect mom, the community’s passive-aggressive ruler. She adopts the immigrant newcomer mom, and they become best buddies. The third mom is shunned by the other two because the ruler does not want her in the trio for petty reasons. Think “Mean Girls.” I enjoyed this novel but only recommend it if you go in knowing that you will be reading yet another dysfunctional neighborhood murder tale often written better in previous books.

I received this novel at no cost from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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