Greenway: A Puzzle copy

Welcome to a brand new series of activities, designed to help keep fans busy. Observe the view of the River Dart from Greenway by completing this puzzle. (Image Credit: Chris Pope)

Hercule Poirot sat in a square chair in front of the square fireplace in the square room of his London flat. In front of him were various objects that were not square: that were instead violently and almost impossibly curved. Each of them, studied separately, looked as if it could not have any conceivable function in a sane world. They appeared improbable, irresponsible, and wholly fortuitous. In actual fact, of course, they were nothing of the sort. Assessed correctly, each had its particular place in a particular universe. Assembled in their proper place in their particular universe, they not only made sense, they made a picture. In other words, Hercule Poirot was doing a jigsaw puzzle.
Dead Man's Folly, Agatha Christie

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