Literary riches at Greenway

At Agatha Christie’s holiday home we're celebrating this special place’s literary connection with an exhibition of Christie's 'secret' letters to her longstanding publisher HarperCollins, and the appointment of a writer-in-residence.

Visitors using a typewriter

Greenway's writer-in-residence 

Devon-based writer Roselle Angwin is writer-in-residence at Greenway until the end of November. She is leading activities and events designed to bring writing to life as part of the Writing Places programme, including a poetry workshop on Sunday 6 November, and a reading circle on Tuesday 7 November.

An outdoor exhibition

'Agatha Christie & Collins' exhibition

From Friday 1 September an exhibition of Christie's 'secret' letters to her longstanding publisher HarperCollins will be on display in the Walled Garden, showing a working relationship and friendship which lasted for 50 years.

Volunteer David sorting the books in Greenway's second-hand book shop

Give an old book a new home 

A new second-hand book shop is now open on the first floor of the café, with all of the money raised through second-hand book sales going to the conservation of Greenway. Can you help to look after Greenway for ever by donating a book or two?

David Suchet in character as Poirot for the filming of Dead Man's Folly at Greenway

Explore the site of 'Dead Man's Folly' 

As Agatha Christie's holiday home, Greenway inspired a murder mystery or two. Find out about the places at Greenway which feature in her story 'Dead Man's Folly,' and how true to life it is.