The Mammy is the first book in Brendan O'Carroll's famous 'Mrs Browne' trilogy, the inspiration for the hugely successful TV series, Mrs Brown's Boys.Agnes Browne is a formidable woman. By day she sells fruit and vegetables from a stall in Dublin's bustling Moore Street. By night, she is wife to Redser Browne andmammy, nurse, teacher and psychiatrist to her unruly brood of seven children.Then Redser dies.How Agnes copes with widowhood, with the help of her best pal Marion, an unquenchable sense of humour and the attentions of the amorous Pierre, makes this a memorable and moving account of one woman's life and of inner-city Dublin in the late '60s.Praise for The Mammy:'Brendan O'Carroll is a born storyteller'The Independent'A sure tonic'Cork Examiner'Roddy Doyle had better watch out'Connacht TribuneBrendan O'Carroll is an author, playwright, TV host, sitcom writer, award-winning entertainer and Ireland's most outrageous comedian. The Mammy is the first book in his famous 'Mrs Browne' trilogy, which also includes The Chisellers and The Granny. The trilogy is the inspiration for Brendan's hugely successful TV series, Mrs Brown's Boys, in which he stars in the title role.
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