Jack Wasserman is resigned to living out his days isolated from his painful past. But when the lonely 53-year-old pharmacist receives a letter from Noah, the son he gave up two decades earlier, he finally takes the necessary steps toward fulfilling his overdue role as a father. On his voyage across oceans, cultures and generations, Jack's path—equal parts trying, amusing, and cathartic—intersects with those of his only child and the wife and mother once thought dead, as the end approaches for the only one with the power to draw the fractured family together. From Montreal to the South Pacific, and Africa to Australia, Seeking Blue follows three desperate braided quests for healing as father, son and mother learn valuable lessons about forgiveness, new beginnings, and letting go of the past.
"A powerful, candid first novel." --Fort Collins Magazine