The characters of stories and legends have been driven from their homelands by “The Adversary”. They are now living in the “mundy” world. Those able to pass as human or able to afford glamours live among the mundys in New York. Those who can’t pass live at “the farm” in upstate New York. The first few chapters are the story of Rose Red’s murder. Her sister Snow White and Bigby Wolf investigate, linking the murder to both Jack (of beanstalk fame) and Bluebeard. The second set involves the farm and the uprising of its inhabitants. I loved Willingham’s take on these characters. I love that Prince Charming is a freeloader and has been divorced by both his wives. I liked Snow White as a take charge administrator. And I really enjoyed Colin pig’s escapes to the city (though I was saddened by what happened to him at the farm). I was a little surprised by how adult this book was considering its characters, but I guess that is why it was in the adult section at the library not the teen section! I will definitely be checking out the rest of this fun series.