Alan Bradley is a good Canadian lad, however his Flavia de Luce series is set in a post-WWII British village. He does, however, manage to throw a few bones out to his Canadian roots in small references that not many would get. I find there are a lot of stylistic traits between his village of Bishop's Lacey and Stephen Leacock's Mariposa. There is also the cast of the usual characters that make up a rural village ensemble in either country. I suppose that's why I enjoy these and can still consider it Can Lit even though the subject isn't necessarily Canadian.