The final book in the Agnes Browne trilogy At forty-seven years of age Agnes, now thirteen years happily widowed, enters the 1980s with a fruit stall ... Show synopsis The final book in the Agnes Browne trilogy At forty-seven years of age Agnes, now thirteen years happily widowed, enters the 1980s with a fruit stall in Moore Street, a French lover and six children, five of them in their twenties. Becoming a grandmother is a terrible shock to her system, especially as Agnes suffers every one of her daughter-in-law's labour pains! And as the family expands so do the problems -one son's inevitable brush with the law, the heartbreak of emigration. But Agnes Browne is nothing if not a fighter, and she squares her shoulders, offers up a quick one to her departed pal, Marion, and sets about getting things back on an even keel - or as even as things ever get in the Brown household! The same quick-fire dialogue, hilarious humour and great characterisation as in Brendan's bestselling THE MAMMY, filmed as AGNES BROWNE by Angelica Huston, and the BAFTA-nominated TV series Mrs Browne's Boys.