The Untouchables by J.J. McAvoy

Description : The Untouchables
“If only these walls could talk…the world would know just how hard it is to tell the truth in a story in which everyone’s a liar.”

—Gregg Olsen

MELODY

“You will all be queued in the moment wee back frommercial break. All you have to do is yell, ‘Good Morning, Chicago!’ You all look prefect,” the producer for Good Morning Chicago said to all of us, as she and the rest of the camera crew moved to their places.

“Whose bloody idea was this again?” Liam muttered right beside me, placing his hand on my back and working downward.

“Liam.”

He sighed, his hand stopping on my ass, as we all stood, waiting like one big happy family in the middle of the newly renovated park we had spent millions on for the &ldquomunity.”

To mark the grand opening, we were having a large neighborhood picnic. I found myself eyeing the crowd, as more and more people gathered with their stupid fanny packs and grubby hands all reaching for something free to stick in their mouths. The worst were the clowns who were walking around us handing out balloon hats.

“Don’t you dare,” I muttered to myself, as I watched the freak march its fat feet towards me. He pulled out a white balloon, twisting it until it was some sort of hat. Bowingically, he handed it to me.

“A crown fit for a queen,” he said.

Liam snickered beside me, and I fought the urge to snap at them both. Taking it, I smiled and placed it on my head.

“Thank you.” You stupid fuck.

“And we’re on in ten…” The producer pointed to us, pulling us back into focus.

We squashed up beside each other, as if we all loved each other so much that we were glued together. Normally Liam and...
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