From publisher blurb:
King Menia of old, a mighty warlord of legend, was bested in his efforts to conquer everything in his path by the cunning of a simple city lord.
Lord Drub it was, or so the stories say, who tricked Menia and distracted him from his ambitions of war with the enchantment of Lunthalia. That Menia would fish within the sacred lake for the reflection of the moon until the end of his days; that the realm might sleep peacefully again; that the soldiers of the king's army might return to their own lands and the loving arms of their families.
But legend and myth are oft entwined, thus there are those who believe Menia fished for more than a simple reflection in the lake of Lord Drub. And now the tomb of the Fisher King is found, can there be truth to the rumours of Lunthalia? Does the moon stone exist, and if so, are the chambers of King Menia's crypt the final resting place of that priceless gem?