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Publisher's Summary

A ballpark. A bay. A body. 

Robbie Blum was San Francisco’s most prominent sports agent. His clients included players on the Giants, Warriors, and Niners. It all came crashing down when his body was found floating in San Francisco Bay after a Giants game, his skull crushed, and a Louisville Slugger floating next to his body. 

Though Blum was a wildly successful agent, his personal life was a disaster. Two failed marriages. Allegations of spousal abuse. Alcohol. Drugs. Gambling. Even his biggest client, Giants’ slugger David Archer, had reservations about Blum’s erratic behavior. 

Jaylen Jenkins is a native of Oakland (“before it was woke”, as he likes to say). The graduate of McClymonds High School ekes out a living and pays for his mother’s drug rehab by working at fast-food restaurants, driving for Uber, and selling Giants T-shirts outside the ballpark. Jaylen also ran errands for Blum - and it was more than getting his laundry. Jenkins picked up illegal drugs for Blum from a supplier at a strip club. Blum also provided Jaylen with Giants swag to sell behind the ballpark.

On the night that he died, Blum met with Jaylen at his stand and gave money to Jaylen to deliver to Blum’s drug supplier. Blum also had an autographed bat that he was going to give to his son. According to the police, Jaylen attacked Blum and killed him. Jaylen appears on a security video with a bat in hand. 

In the twelfth installment of The New York Times best-selling author Sheldon Siegel’s iconic San Francisco series, ex-spouses and public defenders Mike Daley and Rosie Fernandez defend Jaylen in a high-profile case where they race from the glamorous world of professional sports to the low-rent world of strip clubs and homeless encampments in a desperate search for an elusive truth where everybody has something to hide. 

An intricate plot, engaging characters, powerful suspense, and a touch of humor are Sheldon Siegel’s hallmarks. In Final Out, listeners will discover once again why Mike Daley and Rosie Fernandez are two of the most compelling characters in contemporary crime fiction. 

©2021 Sheldon M. Siegel, Inc (P)2020 Sheldon M. Siegel, Inc

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Final Out

This story is a mystery that makes one turn after the other, you are sure you know who the perpetrator is then, suddenly, maybe someone else. As usual Sheldon Siegel creates a mystery with twists and turns, making the reader want to keep going until the last page. I looked forward to this newest book and was not disappointed

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Hope this isn’t his last book!

How I’ve enjoyed this series. I listened to all 12 day after day, back to back, before bed and again when I wake up. It’s been 5 days I think that I’ve just read this amazing author. Nothing is quite as amazing as his 1st book, which is long and very legal minded. I was obsessed with it. Sadly the books get shorter until the last book was only 6 hours. I like long drawn out stories, but I loved all the books. I’m sad I’ve gone they them so quickly. I will miss Mike and Rosie and his brother and nick the dick. And so many other fantastic characters that appear throughout the series. Highly Recommended, a favorite author. And remember the first book is amazing! In a lawyer and it’s not all completely real, but it is very realistic. Amazing narrator.

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Started off okay but lacked the storyline that would keep you interested. The ending was a bit underwhelming. As the writer said no Perry Mason moment.

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This audible can be listened to in sequence or as a stand alone. I’ve been following the series. For some reason this audible was just ok. No major plot twists. Nothing new to the series. It kinda just plodded along until it got to the end. Even the reveal was blah. I’ll probably listen to the next in the series, but if they don’t get any better maybe it’s time to find a new series. Tim Campbell was excellent, as usual. He speaks clearly & is easy to understand.

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Maybe his best

This author and narrator are among my 2 favorite pairs. Story is great and so is the performance.

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A reliable listen

I have read all of this series and there are no surprises here. They are enjoyable legal thrillers with a good narrator. An easy listen.