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O'Carroll, Brendan
New York : Plume Book, 2000
ISBN 0452281849
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In the third book about Agnes Browne, we follow Agnes into the 1980s.  She has raised her six children after her husband died and has done the best she could.  Now with her children grown and somewhat independent, Agnes has time for herself.  And her new French boyfriend is happy about that.  But we know that things never seem to go smoothly for Agnes.  One of her boys lands up in jail.  Another runs away to England.  And now she has grandchildren to worry about.  If you have read the other Agnes Browne books, be sure not to miss the last chapter of her story.
SUBJECTS:     Humorous stories.
                        Domestic fiction.
                        Grandparents -- Fiction.
                        Women -- Ireland -- Fiction.
                        Dublin (Ireland) -- Fiction.


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