I generally enjoy the books in this series, and I should have enjoyed this one more; it had elements designed to appeal to me, like a murder of crows (collective noun not crime), an old spell book that won't burn, whose 17th century owner's ghost wants back, a current string of crimes that may or may not be connected to modern day Wiccans. Stolen art.
For the most part, I did enjoy it, but there was just a little something missing. It could very well be my mood; I'm still displaying shades of slump now and again. This may have affected my engagement with the book. It could also be the wedding planning bit that's tangentially a part of the plot. Or the egregious number of continuity errors the editor didn't catch; something I don't remember this series suffering from before.
Mostly, I think, that MC just wasn't quite focused enough to really involve the reader in the story. She had all of these intriguing things happening to/around her but for the most part, never involved her. The exception are the visions she had throughout the story, usually whenever she looked at a reflective surface. Her acceptance of them in this book was a relief, and I enjoyed these scenes a lot, as they imparted information about the mysteries.
It was a good story though, even though I keep rambling on about the nit-picky stuff. It held my attention while I was reading it and I was interested in seeing the mystery solved.