Sergeant Lamb's America
This novel takes place in the early years of the American Revolution and is based on the adventures of one Sergeant Lamb, a Dublin man in the services of His Majesty's army. It begins with Lamb's early days in Dublin and ends with his arrival in Boston as a member of the regiment taken prisoner after Burgoyne's surrender at Saratoga. It includes a foreword by the author in which Graves, as is his custom, describes what experience or event led to his writing the novel.
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Review: Sergeant Lamb's AmericaUser Review - Mike Moore - Goodreads
I was drawn to this book in the hopes that it would be an "I Claudius" of the American revolution. However, this work lacks both the vivacity and the completeness of narrative arc of Graves' Claudius ... Read full review