Murder of Crows is a sequel to Written in Red, which I reviewed here. I won't go into the plot, as it's a sequel and, if you want to read the first one, you might find some spoilers here.
I liked Murder of Crows even more than Written in Red, which I enjoyed. I think, in large part, that was because the world building that I found a little painful in Written in Red was already done. We did get more here, but I felt like I already had my feet under me with Murder of Crows.
In both books, I found Anne Bishop's writing style just a little bit odd, which meant that I had to kind of get over the style at first before I was immersed in the book, but it didn't take too long. The other minor-ish complaint that I have is with things being classified as "woman" things. There is just so much of it.
However, I was fairly hooked on the story and enjoyed the read. I think the Others are very interesting and I appreciate their take on the situation, even if I don't think I'd want to live in this world. A little too much (one's life) depends on the actions other humans around there.
So, short story, I like this series and will be continuing.