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A Fine Imitation

Amber Brock

When Furman alum Amber Brock ’02 isn’t teaching British literature at the Atlanta Girls’ School, she is busy promoting her first novel, A Fine Imitation.  Brock, who will be in Greenville Saturday, June 4 for a 2 p.m. talk and book-signing at Fiction Addiction, answered a few questions about her new book in an interview with The Greenville News.  Brock graduated from Furman in 2002 with a B.A. in Spanish.

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