Lamb, Roger; Hagist, Don M. [editor]. A British Soldier's Story : Roger Lamb's Narrative of the American Revolution. Baraboo, WI: Ballindalloch Press, 2004. 1
55 pp., slight shelf-wear, clean and unmarked. Very good. Paperback. 
Roger Lamb was born in Dublin in at at age 17 enlisted in the 9th Regiment of Foot. He soon achieved the rank of corporal. The 9th Regiment was sent to Quebec early in 1776 to counter the American invasion of Canada. They pursued the Americans down Lake Champlain and were then attached to the Army under Burgoyne, and fought at Saratoga. He escaped the prisoner of war column as it was nearing the Hudson River and made his way to New York City. He joined the 23rd Regiment of Foot (Royal Welch Fusiliers) and was promoted to sergeant. In 1780 he sailed with Sir Henry Clinton's forces to South Carolina, and participated in the pivotal campaigns in South.
This is an abridgment of two books written after the War by Lamb, edited to contain just his personal experience. "The result is the most complete and comprehensive narrative of the career of a British soldier from this era." - Introduction.