I loved the first 2/3 of it . . . right up until she drove up to the hills and started looking through the cabin and the area around it on her own. Then it got almost silly (for me). I loved her last line, "It's already done," but it was unbelievable that two law-abiding women (one with a law-enforcement-related background) would tie the man there and leave him. The man had murdered at least 3 people . . . but were they any better than him when all was said and done? They were both guilty of premeditated murder, too.