Let me go, Mr. Hill By Shallow South Chapter 241

Let me go, Mr. Hill [by Shallow South] Chapter 241
Jeffery turned pale. He knew that he was in trouble.

If he did not testify now, then he might really end up in jail when Sally pushed the responsibility to him. “Okay, I’ll confess. It was Sally Lennon. She took advantage of when your grandmother was sleeping and… suffocated her to death.”

Perhaps it was the last trace of his conscience, but Jeffery finally fell to the ground and cried.

Catherine and Aunty Wendy also cried. They did not expect Old Madam Jones’ end to be so miserable.

Aunty Wendy asked, “One last question. That day the old madam fell from the stairs, was it Rebecca who did it?”

“I really don’t know about that.” Jeffery shook his head, but thinking about Rebecca’s personality, he felt that she might have really done it. However, he only had one daughter and did not want her to go to jail.

In the end, Jeffery was taken away by the police for questioning.

Catherine looked at the dark villa behind her.

This was once her home, but now it was a place she no longer wanted to set foot in.

She took out the keys and threw them on the grass before turning around and walking out the door.

A limousine was parked at the entrance.

Shaun’s handsome and upright body leaned against the car. It was snowing a little tonight, and snowflakes covered his head and shoulders. He looked at her, his deep and clear eyes like the only starlight in the sky.

At that moment, Catherine, who had no home, seemed to have found a home. She jumped into his arms, and Shaun unfolded his coat to wrap her inside it.

“Shaunny, I finally got my revenge.” Catherine choked in his arms. “But I’m not happy at all. I regret that I didn’t spend more time with Grandma before. Otherwise, she wouldn’t have died so miserably.”

The woman’s tears wet the shirt on his chest.

Shaun did not know how to comfort others. He waited for her to finish crying and patted her head. “You did well tonight. There was no evidence at all yet you managed to get a confession.”

“I took a gamble. I gambled on his humanity. I gambled on what’s left of Jeffery’s guilt and conscience. I gambled that he would be selfish enough to tattle on Sally Lennon.”

Catherine’s voice was hoarse. “I had already guessed that Jeffery wouldn’t have done it himself. In order to reduce his sentence, he would definitely say that it was Rebecca or Sally who did it. I really didn’t expect Sally to be so ruthless.”

“Sally Lennon is sure to go to jail. Let’s go, it’s late.”

Shaun opened the car door.

Catherine suddenly grabbed his sleeve. Her large black eyes looked into his as she said, “Shaunny, I only have you now. Are you going to leave me too?”

“I won’t.” Shaun bent down and kissed her on the forehead, speaking gently.

Catherine closed her eyes. At this moment, she thought that she would never leave him in her life.

It was only later that she realized they were still young, and there were some things that would change.

3:00 a.m.

Sally and Rebecca were sleeping soundly.

The doorbell suddenly rang.

“Who is it?” Sally opened the door in annoyance. She thought that it was Jeffery who had come over to cause trouble.

However, as soon as the door was opened, a group of police barged in and handcuffed her. “Ms. Sally Lennon, you’re suspected of murdering Old Madam Jones. You’re under arrest.”

“What?” Sally was stunned and hurriedly ducked back. “I didn’t do it.”

“Your husband has already given a full account at the station. It was you who suffocated your mother-in-law with your own hands.” The policeman’s eyes were full of disdain. This woman even killed her own mother-in-law. This kind of person was utterly immoral.

The police did not give her a chance and dragged her out.

“Mom, what’s going on?” Rebecca came down from upstairs and rushed to grab her, but the police would not let her close.

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