Raising her rowdy brood of kids on her own didn't slow Agnes Browne down. Now they're all grown up and her eldest son, Mark, is about to become a father. As Agnes waits outside the maternity ward she hears a word that stops her dead in her tracks - "Granny". But she can't feel old as long as Pierre, her French lover, is in hot pursuit to turn her into a "sexual animal"!
Just as Agnes finds happiness, the lives of her kids start to fall apart. With one son in prison and another lonely in London, and her daughter trapped in an unhappy marriage, it seems that the Browne clan need their mammy more than ever. Agnes is no quitter and she confronts her personal crises determined to bring her family together again.
Brendan O'Carroll is a captivating storyteller in the best Irish tradition and 'The Granny', the final novel of the acclaimed Mrs Browne trilogy, will make you laugh out loud.