Bian’s Tale – Unravelling – First Half

Here is the sixth episode of Bian’s Tale; the first half of Section 4 – ‘Unravelling’.

After the shock of the Harvest Ball, things get worse. Ophélie/Bian begins to see the aspects of Saigon that she has ignored so far. And as the Lieutenant Governor Hubert’s changes start to come into effect, the first hint that the search for her sister will cost her dearly.

A short episode.

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This episode from Bian’s Tale 1 – The Harvest of Lies has been removed.
The book will be available shortly on Amazon.


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About Mark Henwick

I was born in Africa and left out in the sun too often. An early interest in philosophy and psychology was adequately exorcised by tending bars. And while trying to enroll in a class to read Science Fiction full time, I ended up taking an engineering degree which splendidly qualified me to move into marketing. That in turn spawned a late onset career in creative writing. When not working, I get high by the slightly less conventional means of a small light aircraft. My first books are available on Amazon at

2 responses to “Bian’s Tale – Unravelling – First Half”

  1. Michelle says :

    Hi there, I just wanted to let you know that I have read and enjoyed all your books as well as the chapters of Bian’s Tale you have released and I am awaiting the release of the novel with bated breathe. Thank you!

    • Mark Henwick says :

      Thank you Michelle!

      I’m sorry Bian’s Tale has been so slow. I’m having a mental writing war over exactly how much of the Bian we know from Bite Back emerges in this first book, and how quickly that happens.

      I’ll post the rest of the Unravelling section this weekend. I’m most of the way through the next section, but I’m constantly going back and re-working. I’m not a fast writer, alas.

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