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      Greenway, Agatha Christie's holiday home in Devon, England. This house was Christie's holiday home from 1936 until her death in 1976. Although Greenway provided the setting for three of her novels, Five Little Pigs, Dead Man's Folly and Ordeal by Innocence, as this was her holiday home she did not write any of her novels here. The house contains some of Christie's personal possessions including antiquities that were acquired by her archaeologist husband Sir Max Mallowan.

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      Exterior of Greenway, Devon, which was the holiday home of the crime writer Agatha Christie between 1938 and 1976

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