William Boyle: City of Margins


It’s South Brooklyn in the 90s and you are about to take a tour of the souls in the City of Margins.

Included are two widows, a disgraced cop, a hopeful screenwriter, a college dropout, and a high school girl dreaming of escape.

All of them, one way or another, revolve around corruption, suicide, loansharking and murder. There’s a lot of human emotions in this story, and you’ll experience it all.

This is contemporary noir at its finest. Tap into it with this remarkable book by William Boyle.

~ June Lorraine

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7 comments

  1. Sounds excellent! And my eldest daughter lives in Brooklyn.

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  2. I know this is shallow, but I love the colours used on the book jacket.

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